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Drug speeds depression relief in mice and men: How does it do it?
The long-used (and abused) sedative ketamine appears to lift depression's dark veil almost instantaneously by boosting the production of a protein that helps protect and maintain brain cells and regenerate them after injury, a new study says.
By Melissa Healy, Los Angeles Times/For the Booster Shots Blog
June 16, 2011