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A complex in psychosis

The molecular basis of psychoses such as schizophrenia remains largely mysterious. The interaction between two of the brain receptors involved adds to evidence that will help in the search for explanations.

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Figure 1: Receptor interaction.

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Snyder, S. A complex in psychosis. Nature 452, 38–39 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/452038a

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