Abolition by Chlorpromazine of the Inhibiting Effect of Iproniazid on the Depletion of Adrenal Catechol Amines induced by Reserpine

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IT is well known that reserpine induces a decrease of catechol amines in the adrenal medulla1–5. In the rat pretreatment with iproniazid, a monoamine oxidase inhibitor, completely overcomes this catechol amine depletion6–8.

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CAMANNI, F., MOLINATTI, G. & OLIVETTI, M. Abolition by Chlorpromazine of the Inhibiting Effect of Iproniazid on the Depletion of Adrenal Catechol Amines induced by Reserpine. Nature 184, BA65–BA66 (1959) doi:10.1038/184065a0b

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