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A Look at How Psychedelics Bind to Serotonin Receptors

News   Sep 18, 2020 | Original story from University of North Carolina Health Care

 
A Look at How Psychedelics Bind to Serotonin Receptors

This illustration shows the chemical architecture of amino acids that make up the 5-HT2A serotonin receptor complex bound to a psychedelic compound (pink, top). Credit: Roth Lab (UNC School of Medicine)

 
 
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