apomorphine


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a morphine derivative that is not as strong as morphine

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has released topline results from its Phase 3 clinical trial, CTH-300, that evaluated apomorphine sublingual film (APL-130277) in patients with Parkinson's disease who experience motor fluctuations (OFF episodes), the company said.
Animals of stressed and unstressed group were administrated with apomorphine at dose of 1.
Apomorphine is the only molecule approved for acute, intermittent treatment of OFF episodes for advanced PD patients, but in the United States is currently only approved as a subcutaneous injection.
The decrease in swimming in ziram-treated fish appeared to be secondary to a presynaptic dopamine loss because apomorphine, a potent agonist of the dopamine receptors, stimulated swimming equally in ziram-treated and vehicle-treated ZF (Figure 2b,c).
Ray Chaudhuri, "Subcutaneous apomorphine and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease," Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, vol.
In much the same way that apomorphine operates as noise that breaks the cycle of virus replication, Factualist information distorts the Senders' message and disrupts the proliferation of their propaganda.
The extract also reduced stereotyped behaviour induced by amphetamine and apomorphine in a dose-dependent manner.
Currently, apomorphine is only available as an injectable product that is usually administered by caregivers.
It was due to this problem that DBS was ruled out and Apomorphine did not work.
Major finding: The proportional reporting ratio, similar to the relative risk ratio, was significant between pramipexole, ropinirole, cabergoline, bromocriptine, rotigotine, and apomorphine on one hand, and a variety of impulse control disorders on the other.
Veterinary clinics may have a drug called apomorphine available to induce vomiting.
Apomorphine and dopamine D1 receptor agonists increase the firing rates of susubthalamic nucleus neurons.
APL-130277 is a thin-film sublingual formulation of apomorphine to treat freezing episodes in Parkinson's disease.
Apomorphine is a morphine decomposition product produced by boiling it with concentrated acid.