Effects of N-acetyl cysteine on cognitive function in bipolar disorder.

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AIMS Bipolar disorder is characterized by progressive changes in cognition with declines in executive functioning, memory and sustained attention. Current pharmacotherapies for bipolar disorder target mood symptoms but have not addressed these cognitive changes resulting in euthymic individuals who still experience cognitive deficits. N-acetyl cysteine (NAC… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-1819.2012.02392.x

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@article{Dean2012EffectsON, title={Effects of N-acetyl cysteine on cognitive function in bipolar disorder.}, author={Olivia May Dean and Ashley I. Bush and David Leon Copolov and Kristy Kohlmann and Susan Jeavons and Ian Schapkaitz and Murray Anderson-Hunt and Michael Berk}, journal={Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences}, year={2012}, volume={66 6}, pages={514-7} }