Dopamine is a monoamine neurotransmitter (NT) with many important physiological functions. Despite being limited to only a small part of the brain, dopamine neurons project out to modulate the function of a large proportion of the central nervous syste
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Over the counter, "all natural", stop smoking supplements containing MAOIs have hit the market. They contain Yerba mate, a relatively well-known...
Just wanted to hear your views on whether you think heroin is a valid antidepressant.
Taking away the obvious negative probhibition issues...
I only found one plant which supposedly exhibits MAO-B inhibitio[COLOR=Black]n, [COLOR=#cc0000][COLOR=Black]Polygonum multiflorum. [COLOR=Black]...
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In recent years, several compounds of the phenethylamine-type (2C-series) have entered...
R any commonly abused drugs, legal or illegal, known for causing long term damage 2 dopamine levels in the brain?
Can certain drugs permanantly...
The internet has many pros and cons; one of its cons, which is relevant here, is misinformation: I’ve read through and posted to many forums on...
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Monoamine oxidase (MAO) is a mitochondrial outer-membrane flavoenzyme involved in...
Introduction to monoamine oxidaseMonoamine oxidase (generally referred to as MAO) is an enzyme that catalyzes (accelerates) the oxidative deamination of certain amines (see Image 1). MAO participates in the metabolism of monoamine ne
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Picamilon seems to have reversible MAO-A inhibiting effect.
Does anyone have more detailed information?
I'm especially concerned about side...
Holy shit! I just realised that there is no thread (unless i searched wrong) about what Mono-Amine-Oxidase-Inhibitors (MAO-I's) exactly do....