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Brainstorms

“Hit-and-Run” Actions at Dopamine Receptors, Part 2: Illustrating Fast Dissociation From Dopamine Receptors That Typifies Atypical Antipsychotics

Stephen M. Stahl

Published: October 1, 2001

Article Abstract
Brainstorms:

In last month’s BRAINSTORMS, we discussed a new hypothesis on the mechanism of action of atypical antipsychotics, namely the "hit-and-run" hypothesis.Here we illustrate this concept.


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