URL path: Index page // GluRδ2 Antibodies

GluRδ2 Antibodies

GluRδ2, also known as Glutamate Receptor δ2 or Grid2, is a protein that belongs to the glutamate receptor family. It plays a role in synaptic transmission in the central nervous system, particularly in the cerebellum, where it's involved in the regulation of synaptic plasticity and motor coordination.

Anti-glutamate receptor antibodies are autoantibodies detected in serum and/or cerebrospinal fluid samples of a variety of disorders such as encephalitis, epilepsy, and ataxia. Clinical and experimental studies suggest that these antibodies are not simply epiphenomena and are involved in autoimmune disease pathogenesis.

Additional information
Share it