Monday, July 02, 2007
Pheromones trigger brain cell growth
"Reproductive success, and the health of relationships and offspring is critical for the survival of any species, so if stem cells are going to play a role, they should be playing a role in ensuring success in health."
Weiss found pheromonal signals act to increase levels of prolactin and luteinizing hormone in the brain, triggering the growth of new neurons from neural stem cells.""
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