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Keiko Ikemoto

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Dopamine Hypothesis is linked with Neural Stem Cell (NSC) Dysfunction Hypothesis by D-Cell Hypothesis (Trace Amine Hypothesis) in Etiology of Schizophrenia

Mesolimbic dopamine (DA) hyperactivity is a well-known pathophysiological hypothesis of schizophrenia. The author intended to show a new hypothesis to clarify the molecular basis of mesolimbic DA hyperactivity of schizophrenia. The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) patent-required histochemical methods were used to show D-neuron (trace amine (TA) neu... Read More»

Keiko Ikemoto

Research Article: Biochem Physiol 4: 152

DOI: 10.4172/2168-9652.1000152

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