Nov 30, 2023

Fruit Fly Study Sheds Light on Aggression’s Neural Roots

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Summary: Researchers have discovered new insights into persistent aggression in female fruit flies, challenging existing theories.

A new study shows that certain neural cells sustain aggressive behavior for up to 10 minutes, suggesting factors beyond recurrent neural connections are at play.

These findings could aid understanding of human aggression and related neurological conditions, highlighting the need for revised models of aggression in the brain.

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