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  • All opinions expressed by commentators, guest bloggers, reviewers, and interviewees are solely their own and do not reflect the opinions of Locus magazine or its staff. (locusmag.com)
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  • Figure 2: Locus coeruleus outputs (blue arrows) and inputs (red arrows) in the rat. (scholarpedia.org)
  • 1995). The transient locus coeruleus activation is closely associated with the overt reaction to the salient stimulus (autonomic response to stressful stimuli, orienting response to novel or intense stimuli) and locus coeruleus responses disappear when the behavioral responses habituate Figure 3 . (scholarpedia.org)
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  • 9. If the loci are linked, it will take longer to establish linkage equilibrium, depending on the frequency of recombination between the loci, as described next. (nyu.edu)