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Mice that have been genetically altered to lack a particular memory molecule continue to be social even after repeated experiences of social domination and defeat, whereas normal defeated mice become loners. Unless they are fed antidepressants.

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Mice that have been genetically altered to lack a particular memory molecule continue to be social even after repeated experiences of social domination and defeat, whereas normal defeated mice become loners. Unless they are fed antidepressants.

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