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Comparing the influence of dopamine D₂ polymorphisms and plasma drug concentrations on the clinical response to risperidone

Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology

Oct 1, 2011

Norio Yasui-FurukoriSunao Kaneko

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Although several studies have reported that dopamine D₂ receptor (DRD2) polymorphisms affect the therapeutic efficacy of antipsychotics, other studies have suggested that the plasma drug concentration is related to the clinical response. Currently, there are no definitive data regarding...read more

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Paliperidone
Pyrimidines
Schizophrenia
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
Genetic Polymorphism
Drug Toxicity
Antipsychotic Effect
Neurobehavioral Manifestations
Dopamine D2 Receptor
Response to Risperidone
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Comparing the influence of dopamine D₂ polymorphisms and plasma drug concentrations on the clinical response to risperidone

Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology

Oct 1, 2011

Norio Yasui-FurukoriSunao Kaneko

PMID: 21869689

DOI: 10.1097/jcp.0b013e31822c09a7

Abstract

Although several studies have reported that dopamine D₂ receptor (DRD2) polymorphisms affect the therapeutic efficacy of antipsychotics, other studies have suggested that the plasma drug concentration is related to the clinical response. Currently, there are no definitive data regarding...read more

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Paliperidone
Pyrimidines
Schizophrenia
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
Genetic Polymorphism

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