aniracetam


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aniracetam

A lipid-soluble ampakine and nootropic-type racetam used in Japan and Europe, which allegedly enhances long-term potentiation and long-term memory in AMPA-receptor-rich neurons. It has been tested in animals, Alzheimer's patients and temporarily impaired healthy subjects, but is not FDA-approved.
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Based on the pyrrolidone bioactive skeleton, several piracetam-like drugs known as racetams were developed for the treatment of CNS disorders with cognitive disability, such as oxiracetam, pramiracetam, aniracetam and phenylpiracetam (Malykh and Sadaie, 2010).
Bai and colleagues [122] found that combining antipsychotics and aniracetam could mitigate the cognitive impairment of individuals with schizophrenia, especially their problems in memory processing.
Effect of aniracetam on memory disorders in patients with schizophrenia.
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piracetam, aniracetam, fipexide, oxiracetam, pramiracetam, pyroglutamate, vinpocetine and many other new molecules in clinical trials.
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Aniracetam reversed learning and memory deficits following prenatal ethanol exposure by modulating functions of synaptic AMPA receptors.
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does not use cognitive-boosting medications (including co-dergocrine mesyiate tablets, Duxil, Acetamide Pyrrolidone, aniracetam, etc.
Presently, the allopathic system of medicine principally relies on nootropic agents, such as piracetam, aniracetam, fosracetam, nefiracetam, etc.