New Paper in PLOS Genetics13.04.2021
Recent work on the modulation of osmotic stress by neuropeptides suggests that corazonin ameliorates stress-associated physiology through modulation of CAPA-expressing peptidergic secretory neurons and the fat body in the fly. The study is now published in PLOS Genetics, and originates from a collaboration spearheaded by Meet Zandawala and Dick Nässel and colleagues at Stockholm University with Chris' lab with former Erasmus student Marta, and the Paluzzi lab at York University, Toronto.
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