How Ketamine Works as an Antidepressant in the Brain

A group of proteins called 4E-BPs, involved in memory formation, is the key to unlocking the antidepressant effect of ketamine in the brain, according to researchers. The scientists believe their discovery could lead to better and safer treatments for certain patients suffering from major depression.

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