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Does ketamine target olfactory receptors in the brain?

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Sci. Signal.  31 Mar 2015:
Vol. 8, Issue 370, pp. fs6
DOI: 10.1126/scisignal.aab0600

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Abstract

The findings of Ho et al. in this issue of Science Signaling suggest that the anesthetic ketamine binds to and activates select olfactory receptors in mouse brain, raising the possibility that ketamine targets a similar set of GPCRs in humans.

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