Posted by: shrikantmantri | January 26, 2010

Brain protein critical to movement, memory, and learning deciphered


The complete atomic-level architecture of the nervous system’s glutamate receptor protein has been fully mapped for the first time using Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Advanced Light Source. (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) This much-anticipated milestone could lead to new treatments for neurological diseases and a better understanding of how the nervous system controls movement, memory, and learning. (Source: http://www.physorg.com/news183385801.html)

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