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We’ve thought that neurotransmitters relay messages to the mind in two speeds: fast and sluggish, said lead author of the scholarly research Jean-Martin Beaulieu, Ph.D. Of Duke. However, our new results reveal that mind receptors that respond to dopamine already have two slow settings: one that takes place over an interval of minutes and a second – – newly discovered – – that lasts for hours. In fact, it may be that effect continues for so long as dopamine remains in the system. This sustained actions of dopamine may be important for understanding psychiatric conditions especially, which are seen as a persistently high degrees of the brain messenger, Beaulieu said. In the July 29 The researchers report their findings, 2005, issue of Cell. This system is apparently more essential than those earlier referred to for prolonged stimulation by dopamine, as will be the case in people that have psychiatric conditions, said senior author Marc Caron, Ph.D., of Duke.Allina owns and operates 11 hospitals, 42 clinics, hospice solutions, pharmacies, and emergency medical transportation services.
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