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Acute effect of ascorbic acid and alprazolam on behaviour, skeletal muscle activity and brain glutamate levels in albino rats

  • In: SIG Bioavailability/Bioequivalence - Posters
  • At: Beijing (China) (2007)
  • Type: Poster
  • Poster code: BB-P-034
  • By: ABURAWI, Suher (AlFateh University- Faculty of Pharmacy, Tripoli, Libya)
  • Co-author(s): Ben Saad, Jamal (AlFateh University- Faculty of Pharmacy, TRIPOLI, Libya)
    Al-Tubuly, Reda (AlFateh University- Faculty of Pharmacy, TRIPOLI, Libya)
    Eldrogi, Ahmed (AlFateh University- Faculty of Pharmacy, TRIPOLI, Libya)
  • Abstract:

    Alprazolam is currently used in the treatment of generalized anxiety, panic attacks with or without agoraphobia and depression. The physiological functions of Ascorbic acid are largely dependent on the oxido-reduction properties. The glutamate has a role in anxiety disorders. Glutamate and Ascorbate are linked via a carrier-mediated heteroexchange ..

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