dibenzazepine


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dibenzazepine

 [di″ben-zaz´ĕ-pēn]
any of a group of structurally related drugs including the tricyclic antidepressantsclomipramine, desipramine, imipramine, and trimipramine.
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Aptiom is a member of the dibenzazepine carboxamide family of antiepileptic drugs, an established class of medicines.
This suggests that dibenzazepine derivatives (e.g., clozapine and olanzapine) may attenuate the dysregulation of GABAergic and glutamatergic transmission by reducing promoter hypermethylation [71].
CBZ which is a dibenzazepine derivative (carboxamides) is a popular drug due to its effectiveness as well as its low cost [2, 3].
Oxcarbazepine is a structural derivative of carbamazepine, with a ketone in place of the carbon-carbon double bond on the dibenzazepine ring.
Imipramine is an antidepressant of the dibenzazepine group, mainly used in the treatment of clinical depression and enuresis [38].
Aptiom is the latest member of the dibenzazepine carboxamide family of antiepileptic drugs, an established class of medicines.
It included dozens of FGAs belonging to 6 classes: phenothiazines, thioxanthenes, butyrophenones, dibenzazepines, dihydroindolones, and dibenzodiazepines.