Feb 22, 2017
– Will also examine why some patients anti-depressant anti-depressant treatments – ultimately pave the way for new drugs to treat the disease, it is hoped the three-year study. MacKenzie MacKenzie said: ‘This study would have been impossible, even four years ago it have to fetch only through advances in sequencing the DNA of many different types, we can use powerful computers now, the most important bits of of the human genome that. Needed, to control the switch genes click here . We are pleased to addition to depression, this technology has the potential for research into the causes of a number of other diseases, including chronic pain, obesity and even cancer. ‘ – Professor Quinn at the University of Liverpool, said:. ‘This study aims to find out how the same genes in different people in slightly different ways are controlled in the parts of the brain, anxiety and mood.
The University of Liverpool is a member of the Russell Group by leading research-intensive institutions in the UK It attracts collaborative and contract research commissions from a wide range of national and international organizations appreciated with more than? 108 million annually. The Institutesychiatry. Read the rest of this entry »