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Dopaminergic stabilizers can be defined as drugs that stimulate or inhibit dopaminergic signalling depending on the dopaminergic tone. (-)-OSU6162 and ACR16 appear to possess such a profile. They have been proposed to act as partial dopamine receptor agonists or as antagonists with preferential action on dopaminergic autoreceptors. Previous studies have(More)
Dopaminergic stabilizers may be conceptualized as drugs with normalizing effects on dopamine-mediated behaviours and neurochemical events. (S)-(-)-OSU6162 (OSU6162) and ACR16 are two structurally related compounds ascribed such properties, principally because of their stabilizing effects on motor activity in rodents. Reports in the literature indicate(More)
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