Predicting who could benefit from a given drug has been difficult. An international team led by neuroscientist Kirill Martemyanov, Ph.D., is training AI to assist.
A common amino acid, glycine, delivers the signal to a recently discovered brain receptor linked to depression and anxiety, scientists have found. The discovery appears in the journal Science.
Two scientists at UF Scripps have been recognized with "Invention of the Year" awards from UF Innovate. Read about their inventions.
Scientists at UF|Scripps have determined the near-atomic-scale structure of an unusual brain-cell receptor called GPR158, which has been linked to depression and anxiety
GNAO1 neurodevelopmental disorders were discovered only in the past decade. Martemyanov's team at UF Scripps discovered the mechanism underlying the disorder's devastating symptoms.
A study from Martemyanov lab solves the mystery of how cones form their distinctive brain connections, giving humans and other animals their sophisticated and powerful vision sense.
How do cones form their distinctive brain connections, giving humans and other animals their sophisticated and powerful vision sense? A new study sheds light on the issue.