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Trivastal is an a2-adrenoreceptor antagonist?

Posted by clipper40 on November 28, 2007, at 19:02:53

I thought that meant that it would cause less norepinephrine to be available in the synapses. However, on Servier's website they talk about the a2-adrenoreceptor antagonist in terms of "restoring central noradrenaline levels to normal". What am I not understanding here?




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