dibenzodiazepine

dibenzodiazepine

 
any of a class of structurally related heterocyclic drugs including the antipsychotic agentclozapine.

dibenzodiazepine

/di·ben·zo·di·az·e·pine/ (di-ben″zo-di-az´ĕ-pēn) any of a group of structurally related drugs including the antipsychotic agent clozapine.
References in periodicals archive ?
Clozapine, the gold standard for refractory schizophrenia, is a dibenzodiazepine and lowers D2 receptor occupancy and is also a 5-hydroxytryptamine antagonist.
Other example is diazepinomicin, a dibenzodiazepine alkaloid with antimicrobial properties isolated from a Micromonospora strain recovered from Didemnum proliferum, a tunicate collected off the Japanese coast (Charan et al.