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Re: dopamine receptors - ADD and BP

Posted by Thomas123 on February 10, 2003, at 23:20:34

In reply to dopamine receptors - ADD and BP, posted by cybercafe on February 9, 2003, at 23:44:05

Blockade of D2 receptors is responsible for the action of most APs. No one knows what specific dopamine receptors are involved in ADD as far as I know. Ritalin I believe is a general dopamine agonist in that I think ritalin blocks reuptake of dopamine, increasing the effect of dopamine against all dopamine receptors.




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