The protective effect and potential mechanism of NRXN1 on learning and memory in ADHD rat models

The learning and memory network is highly complex and remains unclear. The hippocampus is the location of learning and memory function. Impairment of synaptic morphology and synaptic plasticity (i.e., long-term potentiation) appears to cause learning and memory deficits. Several studies have indicated the role of NRXN1 in regulating the synaptic function, but little is known on its role in learning and memory dysfunction associated with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Our…

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