hyperserotonemia

hy·per·se·ro·to·ne·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-sēr'ō-tō-nē'mē-ă),
Unusually large amounts of serotonin in the circulating blood; probable cause of some of the symptoms and signs in the carcinoid syndrome.
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Although both hyperserotonemia and hyposerotonemia can induce ASD-like phenotypes in animal models of ASD, these findings also support the treatment potential associated with the serotonin pathway.
Segal, "Effects of developmental hyperserotonemia on the morphology of rat dentate nuclear neurons," Neuroscience, vol.
Hyperserotonemia has been observed in 25-40% of children and adolescents with autism (Aldred 2003, Kidd 2003).
The issue of hyperserotonemia and platelet serotonin exposure: a preliminary study.