Finding the principle regulating the secretion of neurotransmitters, an important clue to brain disease treatment

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Professor Suh Byung-chang’s research team of the Department of Brain Sciences, DGIST, announced on Wednesday, November 23 that they have identified the molecular mechanism for the activation of “voltage-dependent calcium channels,” an important protein that regulates the secretion of neurotransmitters at nerve cell terminals.

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