Monthly Archives: December 2021

Neurophotonics associate editor Dr. Yeka Aponte interviewed Dr. Karl Deisseroth, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and of bioengineering at Stanford University School of Medicine. Readers are also invited to view the interview in video format: Aponte Y. Illuminating … Continue reading

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“This cohort study found that full vaccination was associated with reduced risk of COVID-19 breakthrough infection, regardless of the immune status of patients. Despite full vaccination, persons with immune dysfunction had substantially higher risk for COVID-19 breakthrough infection than those … Continue reading

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Abstract: Allosteric modulation represents an important approach in drug discovery because of its advantages in safety and selectivity. SOMCL-668 is the first selective and potent sigma-1 receptor allosteric modulator, discovered in our laboratory. The present work investigates the potential therapeutic … Continue reading

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Abstract:  “SARS-CoV-2 infection causes COVID-19, which frequently leads to clinical deterioration and/or long-lasting morbidity. Academic and governmental experts throughout the USA met in 2021 to discuss the potential for use of fluvoxamine as early treatment of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Fluvoxamine is … Continue reading

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