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Re: Inverse antagonism??

Posted by AndyAI on July 10, 2003, at 19:14:01

In reply to Inverse antagonism?? AndyAI, posted by Jack Smith on July 10, 2003, at 13:11:20

> > I think the inverse antagonism of 5ht2a is what is causing my mania to be removed when i use rispiridone.
>
> What do you mean by "inverse" antagonism? I think that would be an agonist. Antagonism slows down the receptor.

from what i've read rispiridone blocks the receptor from binding to seretonin, i'm wondering if this may explain it's properties with regard to my mainia and if other drugs with this property would do the same.


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