RIKEN mouse study sheds new light on depression

Depression continues to be one of the most difficult targets in drug development. But researchers at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute say they were able to link a mutation with mitochondrial dysfunction that appeared to spur depression-like symptoms in mice. And their work points to a part of the brain--the paraventricular thalamus--which they say has never before been tied to depression. Release

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Choosing the Right Pre-Clinical Collaborative Research Organization (CRO)

Learn about the key factors that are essential to creating a collaborative and productive working relationship to advance pre-clinical drug discovery programs.