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Re: Nardil-why only this drug is a GABA transamina

Posted by BIGDaddyachmed69 on May 7, 2005, at 19:22:15

In reply to Re: Nardil-why only this drug is a GABA transamina Chairman_MAO, posted by cache-monkey on May 7, 2005, at 16:16:34

> Thanks for the info! I did a quick search on SSDH, and the relationship between SSADH inhibition and GBH elevation is definitely intriguing.
> ~cache-monkey

I think you mean GHB elevation...I looked up the relationship between the two like you did and came up with a website for GHB withdrawal. It claims that Sodium Divalproate (Depakote) increases endogeneous GHB levels. What this means, as far as I'm concerned, I have no idea. All I know about GHB is that it's a "date rape" drug that has since been marketed as a treatment for some form of narcolepsy.




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