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The results showed that hamsters exposed dim light at night does not show more depressive-like symptoms as a standard light hamsters when they were given XPro1595. However, the drug did not appear to prevent the reduction of dendritic spine density twilight exposed in hamsters.

These results provide further evidence for the role of TNF in the depressive symptoms in hamsters exposed to dim light can seen playing. But the fact XPro1595 that had no effect on dendritic spine density means that more about how exactly TNF learned learned, said Nelson.Warning: This document and the Journal of Clinical Investigation papers to which it refers, can the information being vulnerable to the price listed company included. Any trading in securities having information herein and in advance copies of the JCI are included, can be owe insider trading in the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934.