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Shocking new role found for the immune system: Controlling social interaction

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A hyperactive brain. A matching .gif depicting a normal brain is available upon request. Credit: Anita Impagliazzo / UVA School of Medicine
A hyperactive brain. A matching .gif depicting a normal brain is available upon request. Credit: Anita Impagliazzo / UVA School of Medicine
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In a startling discovery that raises fundamental questions about human behavior, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have determined that the immune system directly affects - and even controls - creatures' social behavior, such as their desire to interact with others. So could immune system problems contribute to an inability to have normal social interactions? The answer appears to be yes, and that finding could have great implications for neurological conditions such as autism-spectrum disorders and schizophrenia.

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