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Re: paulb

Posted by paulb on January 10, 2002, at 18:02:29

In reply to Re: paulb, posted by ben on January 10, 2002, at 1:37:40

> Please dont wright false things: ...Moclobemide is that it is an irreversible MAOI as opposed to the older reversible MAOI's and its binding to the MAO enzyme ....thats false !!! Moclobemide is a Reversible Inhibitor of the MonoAminooxidase (called RIMA). Phenelzine, Isocarboxazide and TranylcyPROMINE are irreversibles inhibitors.
mostly unselective to the isoenzymes A and B of the monoaminooxidase) ! And thats why there is theoretically no cheese effect (no diet restriction) under RIMAs like moclobemide. If you have a high blood pressure some carefully watching is indeed needed under moclobemide therapy.

You are correct. I made a mistake. However I would appreciate it if you were civil. Also when registering at this website as a member of this site you agree to accept that not everything that is written is accurate therefore I do not believe I am at fault.

I would suggest you check you posts before submitting them and be sure to press the submit button once.

I hope some of what I have written has been helpful,
Good luck




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