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Ionotropic Glutamate receptors and GABAA receptors; from protein structure to neuronal circuits

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The Bowie Lab studies ionotropic glutamate receptors and GABAA receptors which are widespread in the developing and adult brain. Structure-function studies are performed to identify the molecular events responsible for receptor activation and to develop novel therapeutic compounds. Studies in brain tissue are performed to understand how these receptor families shape neuronal circuits in health and disease.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Neuroscience Seminars series.

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