Comparison of the neurotropic and stress-protecting properties of piracetam and pyrido[1,2-a]pyrimidine derivative
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A new pyrido[1,2-a]pyrimidine derivative causes psychostimulation in albino rats expressed in accelerated learning during the elaboration of the avoidance reaction in a shuttle box. It is also shown that on a model of acute emotional stress induced by a disturbance of the unambiguity of cause-effect relationships in the experimental setting this compound exhibits a stress-protecting effect which is comparable to the effect of piracetam.
Key Wordsstress nootropics antidepressants psychostimulators pyridopyrimidines
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