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Depression

13 April 2011

New finding for better antidepressants

British researchers using human stem cells say they have found out how antidepressants make new brain cells a finding that should help researchers develop a better antidepressant.

British researchers using human stem cells say they have found out how antidepressants make new brain cells a finding that should help drug researchers develop better and more efficient medicines to fight depression.

The study also showed that all types of antidepressant are dependent on the GR to create new cells, the researchers say.

 

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