Proteinkomplexe an inhibitorischen Synapsen in psychiatrischen Störungen
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Organizational protein complexes at inhibitory postsynapses in the brain play a key role in regulating the flow of information through neuronal networks, and accordingly, abnormalities in these complexes can contribute to the pathophysiology of psychiatric disorders. Recent research indicates that the molecular composition of these complexes is highly diverse and synapse-specific, posing major challenges for basic research but also offering opportunities for potential clinical applications.
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