Tricyclic Neuroleptics: Structure-Activity Relationships

  • J. Schmutz
  • C. W. Picard
Part of the Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume 55 / 1)

Abstract

In recent years, several excellent reviews dealing with the structure-activity relationships of the tricyclic neuroleptics have appeared (Janssen, 1973; Zirkle and Kaiser, 1974; Gschwend, 1974; Janssen and van Bever, 1975). In particular, the detailed review of Zirkle and Kaiser (1974) will serve as a basis for our discussion. The latter authors have relied largely on the conditioned avoidance response (CAR) test in rats as a pharmacological measure of neuroleptic activity. Other authors have used central depressant activities, e.g. depression of locomotor activity in mice or the rotating rod test which is a measure of the degree of motor incoordination in mice.

Keywords

Trifluoromethyl Decanoate Thioridazine Xanthone Oxazine 

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