The way that psychoactive drugs work in the brain is through interaction with different receptors, transporters, or enzymes that, in turn, alter regular functioning. Receptors are the main targets for psychedelics, usually G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) or sometimes ion channels.1-2 Measuring things like receptor activation and biological responses can give key insights into signaling…


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