Why Antidepressants Are So Slow to Act

Millions of Americans are prescribed antidepressants any year, nonetheless it typically takes weeks for patients to feel any effects. Researchers could never
explain a peculiarity, though new work published in July offers a clue.

The study, from researchers during University of Illinois during Chicago, examined rodent mind cells and focused on lipid rafts — an area of a dungeon surface that
specializes in organizing critical molecules. Previous studies showed that, in vexed patients, lipid rafts seclude a protein concerned in cell
signaling, called GαS, gripping it from doing the job.

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