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The mitochondrial outer membrane-anchored monoamine oxidase (MAO) is a biochemically important flavoenzyme that catalyzes the deamination of biogenic and xenobiotic amines. Its two subtypes, MAOA and MAOB, are linked to several psychiatric disorders and therefore are interesting targets for drug design. To understand the relationship between structure and(More)
Japan is about to become a super-aging society. It is estimated that one out of four persons will be a senior citizen aged 65 or older in 2015 and some eight percent will have dementia. There has been an increase of serious traffic accidents in the past few years such as by drivers suspected of having dementia driving in the opposite lane on highways.(More)
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