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Antibody Equals Antidepressant?

News   Feb 25, 2020 | Original story from the Max Planck Institute

 
Antibody Equals Antidepressant?

When the neurotransmitter glutamate (red) binds to the receptors of the so-called NMDA-type (blue), these receptors open and sodium and calcium ions (yellow, green) flow into the cell. The result is an improved information transfer at the synapse. Credit: MPG/ Massih Media

 
 
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