Does minocycline, an antibiotic with inhibitory effects on microglial activation, sharpen a sense of trust in social interaction?

@article{Watabe2011DoesMA,
  title={Does minocycline, an antibiotic with inhibitory effects on microglial activation, sharpen a sense of trust in social interaction?},
  author={Motoki Watabe and Takahiro A Kato and Akira Monji and Hideki Horikawa and Shigenobu Kanba},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2011},
  volume={220},
  pages={551-557}
}
Minocycline has long been applied to various infectious diseases as a tetracycline antibiotic and recently has found new application in the treatment of brain diseases such as stroke and multiple sclerosis. In addition, minocycline has also been suggested as an effective drug for psychiatric diseases. These suggestions imply that minocycline may modulate our mental activities, while the underlying mechanism remains to be clarified. To investigate how minocycline influences human mental activity… CONTINUE READING

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