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Phosphatidylserine; Membrane Nutrient for Memory. A Clinical and Mechanistic Assessment

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  title={Phosphatidylserine; Membrane Nutrient for Memory. A Clinical and Mechanistic Assessment},
  author={Parris M. Kidd},
  year={1996}
}
Working in the cell membrane milieu, phosphatidylserine (PS) is a nutrient that supports membrane proteins crucial for homeostasis, maintenance, and specialized cell functions. PS is found most concentrated in the brain, where its relative abundance reflects its involvement in specialized nerve cell functions such as chemical transmitter production and release, receptor action, and synaptic activity. The fundamental contributions of PS to the structure and function of individual nerve cells are… 

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