Thalamic Circuits Balancing Fear and Reward-Seeking Responses

      Survival depends on a balance between approaching food and avoiding the risk of predation. The neuronal circuits that integrate reward and fear information, however, remain unknown. Neurons in the paraventricular thalamus (PVT) respond to both reward and fear-associated cues, making this region a potential candidate for this integration.
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