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08 July 2010

'Biosensors' may aid in drug development for brain diseases (The Dana Foundation Website - 23 March 2010)

Dana_logo Genetically engineered cells called bio-sensors are helping researchers find new treatments for brain disease.


Psychiatric and neurological disorders such as schizophrenia can cause complex molecular changes in the brain that result in myriad behavioral symptoms. This has made creating a single, comprehensive pharmacological treatment for such diseases challenging...

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