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Cellular sub-populations were identified by incubating PBMCs in anti-CD4-FITC, anti-CD14-FITC, anti-CD56-FITC, anti-CD19-CY5 and anti-CD8-biot (BD Pharmingen: Franklin Lakes, NJ, USA) for 20?min at 4?��C, then washed with 0.1% sodium-azide in PBS and fixed with 2% formaldehyde in PBS. Cells labeled with biotinylated anti-bodies (anti-CD8) were incubated with streptavidin-CY5 solution for 15?min at 4?��C to enable binding of CY5-labeled streptavidin to biotin. The primary mono-clonal anti-bodies used for the detection of dopamine (anti-D3, anti-D4) (SantaCruz Biotechnology: Santa Cruz, CA, USA) and serotonin (anti-5-HT1A, anti-5-HT2A, anti-5-HT2B and anti-5-HT2C) (Santa Cruz Biotechnology: Santa Cruz, CA, USA) receptors were labeled with PE (BD Pharmingen: Franklin Lakes, NJ, USA). After staining with primary anti-bodies, PBMCs were washed with PBS, incubated with secondary anti-bodies conjugated with fluoro-phore Alexa-568 (Invitrogen: Eugene, OR, USA) for 15?min at 4?��C, washed with PBS, fixed with 2% formaldehyde in PBS for 30?min at room temperature, centrifuged and re-suspended in PBS for acquisition. FITC and PE-labeled immune-globulin isotype control antibodies were included in all experiments. The stained cells were acquired using Guava-cytometer (GE Technologies: Hayward, CA, USA). Leukocytes were analyzed for their frequencies of surface marker expression using the program CitoSoft-GuavaExpressPro v5.3 (GE Technologies: Hayward, CA, USA). The frequency of positive cells was analyzed in two gates for each staining: lymphocyte gate and monocyte gate. Limits for the quadrant marker were always set based on negative populations, isotype and secondary antibody controls. Illustrative dot-plots used in the analysis are depicted in Fig.?1. Data of cellular sub-types and receptor-expression are presented as frequency (%) and median with range. The Shapiro�CWilk test was used to verify normality: as the data were not normally distributed, statistical analysis was performed using Kruskal�CWallis test. With respect to socio-demographic data, values are given as arithmetic mean?��?standard deviation (SD) or frequency (%) and range. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) with post-test was used to compare the mediums of the continuous variables. Evaluation of categorical data was performed by ��2-test with Yates's correction. All data were analyzed with SPSS program version 16.0 (IBM Corporation: Somers, NY, USA) as well as GraphPad Prism version 4.0 for Windows (GraphPad Software Inc: LaJolla, CA, USA). The level of significance was set at P?