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Tourette-like tics vanish in mice treated with histamine

03:24 EDT 6 Jun 2017 | Medical Xpress

Yale scientists produced increased grooming behavior in mice that may model tics in Tourette syndrome and discovered these behaviors vanish when histamine—a neurotransmitter most commonly associated with allergies—is introduced into their brains.

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