atomoxetine

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atomoxetine

n atomoxetina
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The effects of tomoxetine hydrochloride on the ability to recall memories of adult zebra fish.
(85) The drug's active ingredient is atomoxetine, also known as "tomoxetine," a compound originally discovered by Lilly in the 1970s and disclosed and claimed in a patent issued on October 2, 1982.
A tomoxetine had no lasting effect on oppositional defiant disorder symptoms in a new report of manufacturer data from children with both ODD and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
The drug, which was formerly known as tomoxetine, is a highly selective presynaptic norepinephrine transporter blocker with no apparent effect on dopaminergic systems.
Heiligenstein reported on two multicenter trials that found tomoxetine, a selective noradrenergic enhancer, to be significantly more effective than placebo and comparable with methylphenidate in alleviating attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms.
Lilly is conducting trials on tomoxetine hydrochloride, a compound that has shown efficacy in treating attention-deficit disorder in both children and adults.
The other 2 controlled studies were with desipramine (an older tricyclic antidepressant) and tomoxetine (a new selective noradrenergic reuptake inhibitor).
The drug used to be called tomoxetine, but the name was recently changed to avoid confusion with tamoxifen.