Acute and subacute CNS effects of milacemide in elderly people: double-blind, placebo-controlled quantitative EEG and psychometric investigations.

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In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study the encephalotropic and psychotropic properties of acutely and chronically administered milacemide--a new derivative of glycine showing anti-convulsant action by increasing GABA concentrations and endogenous glycine pools in the brain--were investigated in 12 elderly subjects in their late sixties. Each subject… (More)

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@article{Saletu1986AcuteAS, title={Acute and subacute CNS effects of milacemide in elderly people: double-blind, placebo-controlled quantitative EEG and psychometric investigations.}, author={Bernd Saletu and Johanna Gr{\"{u}nberger and Leopold Linzmayer}, journal={Archives of gerontology and geriatrics}, year={1986}, volume={5 3}, pages={165-81} }