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Researchers examine how opioids affect proteins in the brain other than opioid receptors

(Wiley) In a new study, researchers have characterized the effects of a series of opioids on proteins in the brain other than opioid receptors.
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In a new study, researchers have characterized the effects of a series of opioids on proteins in the brain other than opioid receptors. In the British Journal of Pharmacology study, several synthetic opioids inhibited serotonin and ...

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