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Posted by CrAzYmEd on May 29, 2010, at 8:49:04

In reply to Re: Prozac, 5HT2C And The Trojan Horse In Lisuride, posted by CrAzYmEd on May 29, 2010, at 8:44:34

DOI isnt exactly the most selective agent, and as lisuride is a PARTIONAL agonist, it may even act as an antagonist, by taking the place of serotonin on those 5HT2A receptors, wich in the results in less 5HT2A activation.

Anyone has its intrinsic activity for the 5HT2A's?


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