This Week in Nature

In this week's Nature, a Harvard University-led team reports the identification of genomic regions affecting parental care in two mouse species, as well as a role for the hormone vasopressin in one specific care behavior. The researchers focused on two closely related species of mice — the promiscuous deer mouse and the monogamous old-field mouse — and show that they each have significant heritable differences in parental behavior.

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