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Male, female brains operate differently: Study

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The findings suggest that female and male brains may respond differently to certain drugs. "The importance of studying sex differences in the brain is about making biology and medicine relevant to everyone, to both men and women," said senior author of the study Catherine Woolley, professor at Northwestern  in Illinois, US.

"It is not about things such as who is better at reading a map or why more men than women choose to enter certain professions," Woolley explained.

Among their findings, the scientists found that a drug called URB-597, which regulates a molecule important in neurotransmitter release, had an effect in females that it did not have in males.

While the study was done in rats, it has broad implications for humans because this drug and others like it are currently being tested in clinical trials in humans. http://post.jagran.com/male-female-brains-operate-differently-study-1439469648

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