Behavioral activation therapy for depression is associated with a reduction in the concentration of circulating quinolinic acid

Jonathan Savitz, Bart N. Ford, Hung Wen Yeh, Elisabeth Akeman, Kelly Cosgrove, Ashley N. Clausen, Christopher Martell, Namik Kirlic, Jessica Santiago, T. Kent Teague, Michael R. Irwin, Martin P. Paulus, Robin L. Aupperle

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