New Research Shows Anxiety Affects Cell Mitochondria

A new study published in PLOS Genetics shows that anxiety has an unexpected effect on cell mitochondria. Researchers studied mice that developed anxiety and depression symptoms after being exposed to high levels of stress. They tracked changes in protein production and gene activity in a region of the brain that is key for stress response. The found changes in the mitochondria in the brain cells of the stressed mice, compared to the mice that were not stressed. The researchers also collected...

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