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

Posted by Marty on July 4, 2008, at 13:41:46

In reply to Re: +++ MAO-A or B ? Gerovital (procaine) selectivity, posted by undopaminergic on July 4, 2008, at 13:36:27


> If clorgyline has superior antidepressant efficacy relative to other MAO inhibitors at doses that produce equivalent MAO inhibition, that suggests the existence of additional pharmacological properties of clorgyline.

Every MAOI has some preferences has to where they inhibe more or less. Talking about 'location' in the brain. So depending of "where and how much" the effect can be quite different from a MAOI and another one.

/\/\arty


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