J. W. Kebabian

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Dr. John W. Kebabian is a neuropharmacologist and neuroscientist who was the first to discover that there were multiple subtypes of dopamine receptors. His pioneering work which was published in 1979 revolutionized the understanding of the role of dopamine receptors in cognition, movement and mental disorders.[1]

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  1. ^ Daly, Jeffrey M.; Salloway, Stephen (1 May 1994). "Dopamine Receptors in the Human Brain". Psychiatric Times. 11 (5). Retrieved 18 August 2010.