Scientists say that a little gene
hacking turned adorable hamsters into vicious monstrosities.
Researchers at Georgia State University
found that the biology behind social behavior may be more complex than previously thought.
knocking out a receptor of vasopressin,
a hormone associated with aggression, communication, and social bonding in both humans and hamsters instead seemed to supercharge the cute rodents' worst instincts.
This latest mysterious radio burst
l for the studies of social behavior because their social organization is more similar to humans than observed in mice."
Neural receptors and the behaviors
with which they're associated may not be able to be turned on and off individually, and that attempts to do so may be fraught.
hamsters was not easy," Albers concluded in yet another understatement.
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