Shelby Barnett

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Psychotic symptoms, including hallucinations, delusions, delirium,sleep-wake disturbances, are a common problem in Parkinson's disease and often lead to a significant decline in the patient's overall function. Treatment of these symptoms is a dilemma in patients with parkinsonism because traditional antipsychotics that are usually effective in older people(More)
Thalidomide, a drug known for its teratogenic side-effects, is used successfully to treat a variety of clinical conditions including leprosy and multiple myeloma. Intense efforts are underway to synthesize and identify safer, clinically relevant analogs. Here, we conduct a preliminary in vivo screen of a library of new thalidomide analogs to determine which(More)
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