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Rare forms of 'thunder' protein may be linked to schizophrenia


The research group now plans to study other processes in the brain beyond AMPA receptors that could be affected by changes in Thorase. “If we understand how Thorase behaves across functions in the brain, we might be able to take a more holistic, multi-target approach to treating schizophrenia,” Umanah says.

Currently, schizophrenia is treated with drugs and psychotherapy that can address symptoms, but not cure it.