Periaqueductal Gray Sheds Light on Dark Areas of Psychopathology

Volume: 42, Issue: 5, Pages: 349 - 360
Published: May 1, 2019
Abstract
New animal/rodent data that utilize modern functional track tracing with optogenetics and designer receptors exclusively activated by designer drugs (DREADDS) technology show that the periaqueductal gray (PAG) is a rich substrate for the integration of active and passive responses to threat. Human data suggest that the PAG may be dysregulated in psychopathology that drives maladaptive behavior. The neural circuit that connects the frontal...
Paper Details
Title
Periaqueductal Gray Sheds Light on Dark Areas of Psychopathology
Published Date
May 1, 2019
Volume
42
Issue
5
Pages
349 - 360
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