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CLOZARIL    

Synonyms: Clorazil, Clozapin, Klozapol, Asaleptin, Azaleptin, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of CLOZARIL

 

Associations of CLOZARIL with other chemical compounds

  • Clozapine and DMClz but not haloperidol had an activity-dependent influence on spontaneous firing rate of PFC cells: they increased the activity of neurons with low baseline firing rates and decreased the activity of neurons with higher firing rates [3].
  • In normal monkeys, clozapine elevated dopamine turnover in all prefrontal cortical, but not subcortical, regions analyzed [4].

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