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buspirone

An anti-anxiolytic psychotropic agent of the azaspirodecanedione class, which is unrelated to benzodiazepines, barbiturates or other sedatives.
 
Adverse effects
Dizziness, insomnia, nervousness, drowsiness, lightheadedness, nausea, diarrhoea, headache, fatigue.

Warning
Avoid MAOIs when using buspirone.
 
Route
Oral and transdermal; initial adult dosage is 15 mg/day; maximum, 60 mg/day.
 
Mechanism of action
Buspirone has an affinity for both serotonin (5-HT1A) and dopamine (D2) receptors; its mechanism of action is currently unknown.

Paxon

Buspirone, see there.
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For instances, Deaton and Paxon (1994) constructed a pseudo-panel using 15 consecutive household income and expenditure surveys, of Taiwan.
The Ship drew 2-2 with Hazlerigg Victory, while the Wheatsheaf defeated Mauretania 5-0 with Peter Paxon notching twice, as did Michael Whittaker for Independent Reserves in their 4-0 victory over Robin Hood.
Paxon's HDPE (AD60007) pellets with a melt index of 0.73 and density of 0.963 were used in this study.
Bill Paxon lobbyist, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
H Loasaceae Caiophora pentlandii (Paxon) Don f., H G.
Mercedes Lackey and Rosemary Edghill edit BEDLAM'S EDGE (1416508937, $26.00), presenting a new collection of urban fantasy stories by such notables as Diana Paxon, Eric Flint, and even two new ones by Lackey herself, and one by Rosemary Edghill.
Nearly half the objects in 'A Flowering of Talent' at Grosvenor House are examples of work purchased by the Crafts Council in the past decade, ranging from 'ambitious forms in glass by Rachael Woodman, Bob Crooks and Galia Amsel and a daring statement in tapestry by Shelly Goldsmith to more intimate, eminently wearable pieces of jewellery by Adam Paxon and Jane Adam', says Amanda Fielding, curator of the Crafts Council Collection.
One open-ended question was used to measure physical exercise: "On average, the number of hours I exercise per week is." Research suggests that single-item measures of exercise frequency possess adequate validity (Paxon et al., 1991).
Also on Bush's list of Rangers and Pioneers are dozens of K Street's most powerful lobbyists--people like Bill Paxon, a former Republican congressman whose firm represents several major energy and health care companies as well as Bechtel, which has garnered nearly $3 billion in contracts for the reconstruction of Iraq.
Paxon, who were so supportive and so great--then biopsies and X-rays, yielding bad news upon bad news, weighing options, taking measures, fighting the good fight.
The mold was built by Vantage Tooling; the material used was Paxon talc-filled polyethylene.