Insight Into the Proteins in the Brain That Detect Cannabis

Researchers at the University of Bristol have made new progress in understanding how cannabinoid receptors (CB1Rs), the proteins that detect the active components of marijuana, are controlled in the brain. The brain contains about 100 billion nerve cells that are constantly communicating with one another at specialized junctions called synapses. Nerve cells possess extensions called … Continue reading Insight Into the Proteins in the Brain That Detect Cannabis