Purification of Receptors Binding Antipsychotics: Comparison with D2-Dopamine Receptor
Nowadays antipsychotics are essential to treat psychotic patients. Antipsychotics reduce the excitable and stupor conditions, but Parkinsonian tremor, rigidity or dyskinesia appear on the other hand. It seems that the syndrome is dependent on the disturbance of synaptic receptors sensitive to antipsychotics.
KeywordsSucrose Dopamine Epoxy Fluoride Schizophrenia
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