Enzyme Found to Control Serotonin Production

Researchers have provided the first direct evidence in mice of the role of an enzyme that specifically controls the production of serotonin in the brain. Different versions of that serotonin enzyme have a major effect, which has been linked to many basic behavioral and physiological functions including mood, emotion, sleep and appetite. Serotonin is a "neurotransmitter," a chemical that one neuron uses to trigger a nerve impulse in its neighbors. Thus, serotonin levels can profoundly...

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