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Re: Are there any 5ht1a Inverse Agonists? Hello321

Posted by SLS on July 26, 2017, at 19:51:35

In reply to Re: Are there any 5ht1a Inverse Agonists?, posted by Hello321 on July 26, 2017, at 14:57:02

> Inverse agonist. It has the exact opposite effect of an agonist at a receptor. Instead os simply blocking a receptor like an antagonist, it inhibits the effects the receptor itself has in the brain. I think Spiperone is an Inverse Agonist at the the 5ht1a receptor, but its not available in America. Tho i may see if theres a way to obtain it online.

My apologies. You are right, of course. I had thought you meant partial agonist. I didn't read closely enough.

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