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Muscarinic receptors and bipolar

Posted by Jimmyboy on September 21, 2007, at 15:12:05

Ok, I feel kind of dumb here, but I have been reading some things about how one theory of bipolar depression is an abnormality in the binding or function of muscarinic receptors, which are involved with acetylcholine. Can someone explain this to me if they have any knowledge about this?






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