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Re: Supplement straw poll uncouth

Posted by SLS on August 18, 2009, at 6:09:09

In reply to Re: Supplement straw poll Sigismund, posted by uncouth on August 17, 2009, at 23:19:13

> > I forgot to add?
> >
> > well yes.
> >
> > My least favourite supplement you have there is aniracetam.
> > You could chuck that.
>
> thanks. any reasoning? It's supposed to be an AMPAkine and increased AMPA thoroughput is supposed to be how ketamine may work...

I think ketamine is actually an NMDA receptor antagonist. However, I know that NMDA neurons interact with the AMPA or kainate receptor neurons. I guess that would explain the observation. In any event, doing so would help prevent excitotoxicity of glutamatergic neurons.


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