Summary: A new Johns Hopkins University study adds further evidence to the link between serotonin and dementia. According to researchers, lower serotonin levels may play a key role in memory decline and drive the progression of Alzheimer’s.
Source: Johns Hopkins University.
A brain showing decreases of serotonin transporters (blue) in the whole mild cognitive impairment group compared to the whole healthy control group. NeuroscienceNews.com image is credited to Gwenn Smith lab.