D-serine is an amino acid found in the brain that activates a type of neurotransmitter receptor called NMDA receptors. NMDA receptors are involved in the formation of new synapses, which are important for learning and memory. D-serine has been tested in schizophrenia patients, as that disease is characterized by reduced NMDA receptor signaling. Read more.


Author: Dr. Baek

- Scientist (Microbiology, Synthetic Biology, Molecular Biology). - Founder / CEO of the biotech company Peption LLC. - Passionate about biotechnological innovations to address important global health issues.

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