Quetiapine

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Mode of action
Quetiapine
Transporter zone
Important for clinical effects
Enzyme zone
No interaction
Receptor zone
Contributes to other effects
Contributes to other effects
Important for clinical effects
Important for clinical effects
Important for clinical effects
Important for clinical effects
Ion channel zone
No interaction
References
  1. Richelson, E. and T. Souder (2000). "Binding of antipsychotic drugs to human brain receptors focus on newer generation compounds." Life Sci 68(1): 29-39.
  2. Sato, H., C. Ito, K. Hiraoka, M. Tashiro, K. Shibuya, Y. Funaki, T. Yoshikawa, R. Iwata, H. Matsuoka and K. Yanai (2015). "Histamine H1 receptor occupancy by the new-generation antipsychotics olanzapine and quetiapine: a positron emission tomography study in healthy volunteers." Psychopharmacology (Berl) 232(19): 3497-3505.
  3. Nyberg, S., J. A, T. A, K. M, C. Z, H. C and L. Farde (2013). "Norepinephrine transporter occupancy in the human brain after oral administration of quetiapine XR." Int J Neuropsychopharmacol 16(10): 2235-2244.

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