Cortical dopamine D2/D3 receptors are a common site of action for antipsychotic drugs--an original patient data meta-analysis of the SPECT and PET in vivo receptor imaging literature

James M Stone, John M Davis, Stefan Leucht, Lyn S Pilowsky

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