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Medicine | Glutamate-based Therapies for Psychiatric Disorders

Glutamate-based Therapies for Psychiatric Disorders

Skolnick, Phil (Ed.)

2010, XIV, 178p.

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  • Contemporary monograph on glutamate-based approaches to treat psychiatric drugs
  • The approaches described in this text exploit both metabotropic and ionotropic glutamate receptors
  • Focus on translational research, with many of the authors coming from industry
  • All are acknowledged authorities in the glutamate field

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Nervous System - antidepressant effect - brain - brain injury - depression - drug - drug abuse - psychiatric disorder - receptor - research - schizophrenia - therapy - trauma - traumatic brain injury - zinc

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