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Dean B, Stuart Gibbons A, Udawela M. on PAPER: Kimoto S. et al., 2015, RGS4 is a key enzyme involved in the regulation of G protein-coupled receptor activity,... 14 Dec 2015. 

Dean B. on NEWS: Serotonin Receptors Appear Reduced in First-Episode Schizophrenia, Serotonin2A Receptors and Schizophrenia: The Controversies Continue A... 18 Jan 2010. 

Dean B. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Neuregulin 1 Roundtable 2009, If we consider other disorders that were first diagnosed on symptom profile presentation,... 25 Feb 2009. 

Dean B, Scarr E. on NEWS: TBPB or Not to Be—The Latest on Muscarinic Receptor Agonists, The data implicating acetylcholine in the treatment and neurobiology of schizophrenia... 19 Nov 2008. 

Dean B. on NEWS: 5HT and Glutamate Receptors—Unique Complex Linked to Psychosis, Altered receptor dimerization: a new paradigm in the pathology of... 20 Mar 2008. 

Dean B. on WHAT WE KNOW: The extent of patients' cognitive deficits generally predicts functioning in work, social interactions, and independent living perhaps even more than symptom expression., Neuropharmacological, neuroimaging, and molecular biology studies all indicate that there is... 12 Sep 2007. 

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