Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Role of Serotonin

Authors : Anurag Srivastava; Prabhjot Singh

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 1 - January

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Neurotransmitters assumes a significant part in Austin Spectrum Disorder and helps to forward signals from one to another part of the brain. About in 25% Patients detailed with ASD found expanded 5-HT levels, the condition is called Hyper serotonemia which was the first biomarker distinguishes in ASD. The biological function of 5HT is more complex and multifaceted. It transmits messages between nerve cells. Although serotonin considered as a mood stabilizer but excess concentration of serotonin in brain can lead to excessive nerve cells activity. Expansion in Serotonin receptor thickness and serotonergic innervation and serotonin union with age assumes a vital part for the improvement of Brain. Specific serotonin reuptake inhibitors are dregs solid and all the more inadequately endured in those kid patients experienced ASD when contrasted with grown-ups with in a similar sort of analysis. Conversely, SRI organization or transient tryptophan consumption in human and grown-up rodents adjust inversion learning and other intellectual measures applicable to the dull or enthusiastic conduct saw in ASD.

Keywords : (ASD) Autism Spectrum Disorder, Hyperserotonemia, 5-HT, Serotonin


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