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Letters to the Editor

Intrinsic Activity of Aripiprazole Is Not 30% of Dopamine, But Only About 6% Under Ideal Antipsychotic Therapy

Takashi Hamamura, MD, PhD; Masafumi Kodama, MD, PhD; and Toshiki Harada, MD

Published: May 11, 2008

Article Abstract

Letter to the Editor

Sir: We read with great interest the recent review by Weidenet al. The authors state that the intrinsic activity of aripiprazoleis 30% of dopamine in their review. This idea may be originallyfrom the review by Grunder et al.


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