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Renick SE, Kleven DT, Chan J, Stenius K, Milner TA, Pickel VM, Fremeau RT. The mammalian brain high-affinity L-proline transporter is enriched preferentially in synaptic vesicles in a subpopulation of excitatory nerve terminals in rat forebrain. J Neurosci. 1999 Jan 1 ; 19(1):21-33. Pubmed Abstract

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Primary Papers: The mammalian brain high-affinity L-proline transporter is enriched preferentially in synaptic vesicles in a subpopulation of excitatory nerve terminals in rat forebrain.

Comment by:  Patricia Estani
Submitted 24 November 2005
Posted 25 November 2005
  I recommend this paper

This article provides excellent data of relevance to the field of schizophrenia research. The paper is an example of how basic research in animal models of psychopharmacology, genetics, and neurobiology is important to clinical research.

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