Convergent and Parallel Protein Aggregation Patterns in Major Mental Illnesses


Ayshsa Hobbs*

The aggregation of specific proteins has emerged as a promising avenue in the search for underlying mechanisms of major mental illnesses. This abstract delves into the intriguing phenomenon of convergent and parallel protein aggregation patterns observed across various psychiatric disorders. By examining shared molecular pathways and protein networks implicated in conditions such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder, this study sheds light on the potential interplay between protein aggregation and the complex pathophysiology of these disorders. Insights from this investigation not only deepen our understanding of the biological basis of major mental illnesses but also open doors to novel therapeutic targets aimed at mitigating protein aggregation-induced neurodegenerative processes.

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