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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Which Enantiomer Is Fairest of Them All?

Stephen M. Stahl

Published: August 15, 2002

Article Abstract

A flurry of new versions of known drugs is entering psychiatry. These new drugs are made by removing 1 mirror-image stereoisomer from a mixture of 2 contained in the original drug—a strategy that may lead to some improvements over the originals.

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Volume: 63

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