PV interneurons suspected in schizophrenia

It takes a village of diverse neurons to make a brain, and among the villagers, parvalbumin (PV)-containing interneurons hold a special position. Here, SRF reviews recent developments in PV interneuron biology, including two studies specific to schizophrenia, which bolster the proposition that PV interneurons are structurally sound but functionally compromised in the disorder.

Read this story at Schizophrenia Research Forum.

 

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