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Nicotine's new appeal


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Geplaatst op 24 oktober 2008 - 22:42

Mimicking the addictive compoundís action in the brain could lead to new drugs for Alzheimerís, Parkinsonís and schizophrenia

Receptors that bind to nicotine are found throughout the rat brain and, presumably, the human brain. This simplified graphic shows two subtypes of these receptors in the brain areas being targeted in drug development.

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