Neurology Central

Could dopamine agonists be repurposed to control the immune system?

Research into Caenorhabditis elegans has suggested manipulation of dopamine signaling could control gut inflammation. The results imply that drugs currently utilized in the nervous system, such as antipsychotics, might be repurposed to control the immune system.
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