Reversal of Inhibitory Activity of Chlorpromazine by Calcium.∗

@article{Aposhian1959ReversalOI,
  title={Reversal of Inhibitory Activity of Chlorpromazine by Calcium.∗},
  author={H. Vasken Aposhian and Noel Pointer and Mary M. Aposhian},
  journal={Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={1959},
  volume={100},
  pages={512 - 513}
}
Summary Chlorpromazine inhibits growth of E. coli 9723. Various compounds, either metabolites similar in structure, neurohumoral agents or substituents of coenzymes, do not reverse inhibitory activity of this “tranquilizer.” Calcium in the form of calcium-d-pantothenate, calcium chloride or calcium acetate reverses the inhibitory activity of chlorpromazine. 
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