Mental Illness Suspect Genes Found To Be Among The Most Environmentally Responsive By NIH Study

Published February 6, 2012 in Medical News Today

For the first time, scientists have tracked the activity, across the lifespan, of an environmentally responsive regulatory mechanism that turns genes on and off in the brain’s executive hub.

Mental Illness Suspect Genes Found To Be Among The Most Environmentally Responsive By NIH Study

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