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  • Study tracks brain gene response to territorial aggression

    University of Illinois animal biology professor Alison Bell and her colleagues tracked changes in the activity of hundreds of genes in the brains of stickleback fish in response to a territorial threat.

    University of Illinois animal biology professor Alison Bell and her colleagues tracked changes in the activity of hundreds of genes in the brains of stickleback fish in response to a territorial threat.

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  • Editor's note: To contact Alison Bell, call 217-265-5469; email alisonmb@illinois.edu.

    The paper, “Transcriptional Regulation of Brain Gene Expression in Response to a Territorial Intrusion,” is available online or from the News Bureau.