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On 06.05.2022 at 14:35, Hall89 said:

Do you believe that the pathophysiology of HPPD is neurons or 5HT2-a receptors actually getting destroyed or damaged? 

yes, this is definitely the case in the death of inhibitory neurons
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On 06.05.2022 at 14:35, Hall89 said:

Do you believe that the pathophysiology of HPPD is neurons or 5HT2-a receptors actually getting destroyed or damaged? 

neurons, not receptors. Receptors are proteins and all proteins in the cell are updated. if the nerve cells of the brain could divide, then hppd would not exist

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