Effects of neurosteroids on neuronal survival: molecular basis and clinical perspectives.

Abstract

Neurosteroids have long been known to act as important s of central nervous system functions. The concept of their mechanism of action, however, have essentially undergone an evolution. Previously, these compounds were postulated to regulate neuronal function mainly via allosteric regulation of some membrane-bound receptors, such as GABA(A) and NMDA… (More)

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