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  • Interaction of Aripiprazole with Human α1-Acid Glycoprotein. [Journal Article]
    J Pharm Sci 2019Nishi K, Sakurama K, … Otagiri M
  • We recently reported that aripiprazole binds strongly to human albumin. In continuing our investigations, we investigated the mechanism responsible for the binding and the related interactions of aripiprazole with α1-acid glycoprotein (AGP). The extrinsic Cotton effects for the binding of aripiprazole and its derivatives to AGP were generated but the magnitudes of the induced CD intensities did n…
  • Menstrual psychosis. [Journal Article]
    Ir J Psychol Med 2019; :1-3Ahern E, Cohen D, … Raji E
  • In this report, we explore a case of symptoms consistent with menstrual psychosis. In order to do this, a review of the literature relating to this topic was conducted and a report was written. This is a case of a previously well adolescent female who experienced psychotic symptoms in the pre-menstrual phase of her cycle and became well soon after her menstrual period began. These episodes were p…
  • Transdermal Delivery of Antipsychotics: Rationale and Current Status. [Journal Article]
    CNS Drugs 2019Abruzzo A, Cerchiara T, … Bigucci F
  • The aim of this article is to provide the rationale for the development of transdermal formulations of antipsychotics by highlighting their main advantages, starting with an overview of the antipsychotic formulations that are currently available on the market. Progress regarding transdermal antipsychotic formulations was investigated by performing a search of papers, patents and clinical trials p…
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