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Pharmacological and Computational Approach to Eslicarbazepine: A Short Review

@article{Siddiqui2015PharmacologicalAC,
  title={Pharmacological and Computational Approach to Eslicarbazepine: A Short Review},
  author={Nadeem Siddiqui and M S Alam and Sharique Ahmed and Ruhi Ali and Mohammed Faiz Arshad and Waquar Ahsan},
  journal={Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={2},
  pages={13-16}
}
Sepracor Inc. (Nasdaq: SEPR) announced the presentation of Phase III combined clinical results for eslicarbazepine acetate (SEP-0002093 / BIA 2-093) in the treatment of epilepsy at the Ninth Eilat Conference on New Anti-Epileptic Drugs in Spain. The study demonstrates that eslicarbazepine is well tolerated and effective when used as adjunct therapy for adult patients with partial epilepsy with distinctively lesser side effects. The pharmacological and computational properties of eslicarbazepine… 

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