Smell tells intruder mice how to behave

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Male mice appear to be precisely wired to know when they are intruders in another male’s territory, according to a new study. The smell gives it away. But this study found that a genetically specific cluster of hypothalamic cells is wired to the olfactory system and responds only when a male mouse enters another male’s cage

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