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Monitoring Serotonin : Why Faster is

@inproceedings{Andrews2012MonitoringS,
  title={Monitoring Serotonin : Why Faster is},
  author={Andrews and Beikmann and H. Yang},
  year={2012}
}
The presynaptic serotonin transporter (SERT) takes up serotonin following release into the extracellular space; as such, SERT plays a central role in regulating serotonin neurotransmission [1]. SERT is now known to be a dynamic, highly regulated protein in terms of its expression, function, and plasma membrane localization during development and throughout adulthood [2, 3]. The pharmacological significance of SERT is underscored by the fact that it is the primary molecular target for the most… 

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