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A structure to remember

NMDA receptors are crucial in the workings of the brain and in its disorders. Two structures of almost complete receptors reveal the intricate complexity of these large, multi-domain molecular machines. See Article p.191

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Figure 1: Structure of an NMDA receptor.

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Stroebel, D., Paoletti, P. A structure to remember. Nature 511, 162–163 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/511162a

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