Scientists link bipolar disorder to unexpected brain region

Posted by on July 8, 2016 6:49 pm
Categories: health

For the first time, researchers show that ensembles of genes within the striatum could be deeply involved in bipolar disorder. Most modern studies of bipolar disorder have concentrated on the brain’s cortex, the largest part of the brain in humans, associated with higher-level thought and action.

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