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Re: +++ MAO-A or B ? Gerovital (procaine) selectivity SLS

Posted by Marty on June 28, 2008, at 20:09:44

In reply to Re: +++ MAO-A or B ? Gerovital (procaine) selectivity Marty, posted by SLS on June 28, 2008, at 16:12:55

Thanks alot SLS

While I will receive the Gerovital by mail soon, I do not intend to try it as I fear it is WAY too much inhibiting MAO-A and not enough MAO-B. Moclobemide induce this kind of ratio where MAO-A is inhibited at ~80% and MAO-B at ~30% and it was a nightmare for me. That's why my question in the first place was if Gerovital (procaine) is more selective for the A or B isoforms of MAO. My guess is that you didn't find the answer to that question and neither I did. (and I can't be consired a noob at googling.. so it must be hard to find if not impossible)

I've assembled a few clues in the past days that makes me think I should try inhibiting MAO-B and let my level of MAO-A alone. Ensam/Deprenyl (Selegeline) is, obviously, my best bet for that trial.

Do you think low dose Oral Selegiline would do as good as EMSAM ? In Canada, there's no transdermal version of Selegiline. Any though about what's best to cut the anxiety induced by it ? I'm currently on .25mg BID of Xanax and I don't think it would do the trick at this dose.

What about you SLS ? How are you ?





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