Effect of Cinromide on Inhibitory and Excitatory Mechanisms

@article{Fromm1983EffectOC,
  title={Effect of Cinromide on Inhibitory and Excitatory Mechanisms},
  author={G. Fromm and C. Terrence and A. Chattha},
  journal={Epilepsia},
  year={1983},
  volume={24}
}
Summary: The effect of the experimental anticonvulsant cinromide (3‐bromo‐N‐ethylcinnamamide) on various inhibitory and excitatory mechanisms was investigated in the trigeminal nucleus of cats. Intravenous administration of 20–80 mg/kg cinromide depressed excitatory transmission and facilitated segmental inhibition to the same extent as phenytoin, but less than carbamaze‐pine. These doses of cinromide also depressed periventricular inhibition, similar to valproate and ethosuximide. In addition… Expand
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