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Inhibition of glycolysis prevents behavioural changes


Yemeni Nick*

Glycolysis, a central metabolic pathway, plays a crucial role in providing energy for cellular processes, including those within the central nervous system. Emerging research has highlighted the intricate connection between metabolic processes and neural function, implicating glycolysis in the modulation of various behaviour?s and cognitive functions. This abstract reviews recent studies demonstrating that the inhibition of glycolysis holds promise as a potential strategy to prevent or mitigate behavioural changes associated with neurological and psychiatric disorders (Brown et al., 2015).

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