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neuroimaging cellular activation

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The top 2 rows (A and B) show differences in cellular activation over time (according to brain areas, which are abbreviated) when male mice interact with females (row A) and other males (row B). Panels C, D, and E show close-ups of particular brain areas involved in motivational behavior (notably, sexual activity) in which male-male contact differed from male-female contact. Image credited to the researchers.

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