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Hopkins Researchers Uncover Key to Antidepressant Response 


February 7, 2013 - (Johns Hopkins Medicine) - "Results of their experiments explain how these therapies likely work to relieve depression by stimulating stem cells in the brain to grow and mature. In addition, the researchers say, these experiments raise the possibility of predicting individual people's response to depression therapy, and fine-tuning treatment accordingly. Reports on separate aspects of the research were published in December on the Molecular Psychiatry website, and will also appear in the Feb. 7 issue of Cell Stem Cell." Read Full Press Release


Posted on 14-Feb-13 by Gallerno, Jacob
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