1. Neuronal Signaling
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  3. Fluvoxamine

Fluvoxamine (Synonyms: DU-23000)

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Fluvoxamine (DU-23000) is an antidepressant which functions pharmacologically as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor.

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Fluvoxamine Chemical Structure

Fluvoxamine Chemical Structure

CAS No. : 54739-18-3

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Fluvoxamine (DU-23000) is an antidepressant which functions pharmacologically as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor.

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Fluvoxamine (DU-23000) is effective in inhibiting 5-ht uptake by blood platelets and brain synaptosomes. The antagonism by fluvoxamine of the reserpine-induced lowering of the pentamethylenetetrazole convulsive threshold can be regarded as due to an effect upon 5-HT uptake. In contrast to the effects of desmethylimipramine and imipramine, no stimulatory effects are found in rats when rapidly acting reserpine-like compounds are given following a dose of fluvoxamine[1]. Fluvoxamine (DU-23000) appears to improve combat-related PTSD symptoms but not depressive symptoms. The high attrition rate and lack of a placebo group limits the conclusions of our study. Controlled studies of fluvoxamine in the treatment of PTSD are warranted[2]. Fluvoxamine (DU-23000) was less potent at decreasing ethanol self-administration when food was available concurrently versus when ethanol was available in isolation [ED50: 4.0 (2.7-5.9) and 5.1 (4.3-6.0)]. Effects on food were similar under each condition in which food was available. The results demonstrate that the potency of fluvoxamine in reducing ethanol-maintained behavior depends on whether ethanol is available in isolation or in the context of concurrently scheduled food reinforcement[3].

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