Joslin Study Links High Glutamate Levels in Brain with Depression, Low Cognitive Function

Researchers at the Joslin Diabetes Center have for the first time linked high levels of glutamate – a neurotransmitter in the brain produced from glucose – in people with type 1 diabetes to symptoms of depression and lower levels of cognitive performance.

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Thank you, interesting find 

Interesting, any mention of application? Like selectively inhibiting glutamate at specific locations or concentrations?

I'll ask around, I have a few connections in that feild, I'll see what I can come up with besides phosphatidylserine studies...