A cancer-fighting implant?

Abstract

and found that either block prevented locusts from becoming gregarious. Then, they evaluated whether administering serotonin or serotonin agonists would induce locusts to become gregarious, even in the absence of sensory stimuli associated with other locusts, and found that locusts treated with the compounds were more gregarious than untreated controls… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/laban0309-72b

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@article{Marron2009ACI, title={A cancer-fighting implant?}, author={Karen Marron}, journal={Lab Animal}, year={2009}, volume={38}, pages={72-72} }