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Comparative studies of Noopept and piracetam in the treatment of patients with mild cognitive disorders in organic brain diseases of vascular and traumatic origin
The syndrome in most cases was a progressive state, 15% of patients per year developing dementia, a rate significantly higher than that in the overall population of elderly people.
Cyclopropyl glycine and proline-containing preparation noopept evoke two types of membrane potential responses in synaptoneurosomes
Proline, cyclo(Pro-Gly), and acyl-prolyl-containing dipeptide GVS-111 decreased synaptoneurosome membrane potential in a Ca2+-free medium. The efficiency of these preparations decreased in the following order: GVS>cyclo(Pro-Gly)>proline. Depolarization responses induced by endogenous nootropic agent cyclo(Pro-Gly) was dose-dependent and saturable; the threshold concentration of cyclo(Pro-Gly) was 10(-9) M. In a Ca2+-containing medium GVS and cyclo(Pro-Gly) induced both hyperpolarizing and depolarizing membrane responses...
Design and study of piracetam-like nootropics, controversial members of the problematic class of cognition-enhancing drugs.
Cognition enhancers are drugs able to facilitate attentional abilities and acquisition, storage and retrieval of information, and to attenuate the impairment of cognitive functions associated with head traumas, stroke, age and age-related pathologies. Development of cognition enhancers is still a difficult task because of complexity of the brain functions, poor productivity of animal tests and lengthy and expensive clinical...
Design, synthesis and nootropic activity of new analogues of sunifiram and sapunifiram, two potent cognition-enhancers.
AbstractA series of amides and sulfonamides, structurally related to DM235 (sunifiram) and MN19 (sapunifiram), derived by ring expansion or contraction, or by inversion of the exocyclic amide function, have been synthesized and tested for cognition-enhancing activity in the mouse passive-avoidance test. Some of the compounds display good antiamnesic and procognitive activity, with higher potency than piracetam, and with a...
Determination of carphedon in human urine by solid-phase microextraction using capillary gas chromatography with nitrogen-phosphorus detection
Carphedon is a phenyl derivative of nootropil and is effective in increasing physical endurance and cold resistance, and is used for amnesia treatment. Carphedon was extracted from human urine samples by solid-phase microextraction with a 65 microns carbowax-divinylbenzene-coated fiber. This analysis was performed by using capillary gas chromatography with nitrogen-phosphorus detection and optimized at pH 9.6, 30% NaCl, immersion...
Differences and similarity in the interaction of fenibut, baclofen and diazepam with phenylethylamine
AbstractThe derivatives of GABA and beta-phenylethylamine (PEA) the tranquilizer phenibut and muscle relaxant baclofen (p-chloro-beta-phenyl-GABA, lioresal) diminished all studied effect of PEA in mice, namely seizures, sedation, excitation, hyperthermia. Diazepam diminished only seizures whereas haloperidol excitation and hyperthermia. PEA injections anatogonized (the sedative and hypothermic effects of phenibut and diazepam and the anticonvulsant (against l-kynurenine) effect of phenibut and...
Differential cognitive effects of Ginkgo biloba after acute and chronic treatment in healthy young volunteers.
RATIONALE: Acute doses of Ginkgo biloba have been shown to improve attention and memory in young, healthy participants, but there has been a lack of investigation into possible effects on executive function. In addition, only one study has investigated the effects of chronic treatment in young volunteers.
Do piracetam-like compounds act centrally via peripheral mechanisms?
The pharmacological mechanism of action of the piracetam-like nootropics is still obscure. Their unique feature is that they exert distinct effects on memory, but show hardly any biochemical activity and are practically devoid of toxic effects. Our results indicate that the memory-enhancing action of these substances is dependent on the presence of the adrenals, suggesting that their central effects...
Does Bacopa monnieri improve memory performance in older persons? Results of a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind trial.
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of Bacopa monnieri Linn. for improvement of memory performance in healthy older persons.
Does excessive memory load attenuate activation in the prefrontal cortex? Load-dependent processing in single and dual tasks: functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
Abstract: Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used to investigate the relationship between cortical activation and memory load in dual tasks.
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