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I have been googling and couldn't find the answer to these questions.

  1. For a given synapse, can a post-synaptic neuron have multiple types of receptors for different neurotransmitters or is typically just one type of receptor for a given synapse?

  2. For a given post-synaptic neuron, comparing across its dendrite synapses, can it have multiple types of receptors across different synapses or is it typically just one type of receptor for a given neuron?

  3. Do the quantity and types of receptors on a neuron change over time?

Thank you - much appreciated.

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