Electrical stimulation of the vmPFC serves as a remote control to affect VTA activity and improve depressive-like behavior

Merav Bruchim-Samuel, Elad Lax, Tomer Gazit, Alexander Friedman, Hadas Ahdoot, Maryia Bairachnaya, Albert Pinhasov, Gal Yadid*

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