Anticocaine catalytic antibodies have no affinity for RTI compounds: Implications for treatment

@article{Kuhar2001AnticocaineCA,
  title={Anticocaine catalytic antibodies have no affinity for RTI compounds: Implications for treatment},
  author={Michael J. Kuhar and F. Ivy Carroll and Narine Bharat and Donald W. Landry},
  journal={Synapse},
  year={2001},
  volume={41}
}
Potential medications for cocaine abusers include: anticocaine catalytic antibodies, which could serve as circulating peripheral blockers of cocaine that prevents its action in the brain; and 3‐phenyltropane cocaine analogs, which could serve as potent, selective, and long‐lasting substitutes that reduce drug‐seeking. In order to evaluate the compatibility of these agents, we measured if a catalytic antibody would bind and interact with some cocaine analogs. Anticocaine catalytic antibody 15A10… 
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