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Get to know a gene: HTR2A

What is HTR2A? The 5-HT2A receptor, encoded by the HTR2A gene, is responsible for post-synaptic serotonin signaling and is a target for many antipsychotics and antidepressants.1 Two single nucleotide polymorphisms…
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Get to know a gene: SLC6A4

Summary: The serotonin transporter gene, SLC6A4, has demonstrated the ability to predict efficacy and adverse events with SSRI treatment, particularly for patients of Caucasian ancestry. The SLC6A4 promoter has two…
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Get to know a gene: DRD2

What is DRD2? The dopamine D2 receptor, encoded by the DRD2 gene, plays a critical role in response to antipsychotic medications. All antipsychotic medications bind to the D2 receptor, underscoring…
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