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Mouse brain is 'rewired' during pregnancy to prepare for motherhood

Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute have shown that pregnancy hormones 'rewire' the brain to prepare mice for motherhood.
10 Oct 2023
Written by Katherine Denyer
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Example of a Galanin neuron from a pregnant female brain.
Example of a Galanin neuron from a pregnant female brain.

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