Most psychotropic agents target monoamine neurotransmitters. Learn how these transmitters function and why they are important to psychopharmacology.
Learn more about the MTHFR enzyme.
Learn how drugs modify the actions of G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) and why mutations in these genes may affect drug response, side effect rate, or drug exposure.
Pharmacodynamic genes are genes that can affect therapeutic response or adverse effects to medications. Learn how PD gene variation affects drug response.