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The Deprenyl Story e-book
This is the story of the miracle medicine deprenyl (eldepryl), an inhibitor of the enzyme Monoamine Oxidase B. The book recounts how it was developed . The main body of the book tells the tale of Selegiline, Deprenyl or Eldepryl.
This is the story of the miracle medicine deprenyl (eldepryl), an inhibitor of the enzyme Monoamine Oxidase B. The book recounts how it was developed, the people that developed it and popularised it, the amazing benefits it provides to sufferers of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, its preventive action against these, and its by now unquestioned role in extending lifespan. In the Foreword, Saul Kent of the Life Extension Foundation takes a look at studies that confirm and extend the evidence of deprenyl's remarkable life extension benefits.
d-Deprenyl, also known as or -methylamphetamine, is an MAO-B inhibitor that metabolizes into. d-amphetamine and. d-methamphetamine and is therefore also a ine releasing agent. It is the opposite enantiomer o. . It is the opposite enantiomer of. l-deprenyl (selegiline). l-Deprenyl, also an MAO-B inhibitor, metabolizes to. l-amphetamine and. l-methamphetamine, which are both norepinephrine releasing agents. The book . This book gave me a lot of useful information about Deprenyl's progress through the years. It is written in an interesting format that draws your interest
This is the story of the miracle medicine deprenyl (eldepryl), an inhibitor of the enzyme Monoamine Oxidase B. It is written in an interesting format that draws your interest. I could relate to the book with symptoms and progression. It outlines the history-who and why-of Deprenyl and is detailed with case studies and testimonials.
When deprenyl was finally approved, it cost Americans 4 times more money than what Europeans were paying for the identical drug. Deprenyl is a drug the FDA approved to treat early-stage Parkinson’s disease. The FDA struck back and launched criminal investigations against those seeking to make deprenyl more affordable. 13 The FDA did this at the behest of the drug company that owned the patent on deprenyl.
Deprenyl : The Inside Story. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).
Knoll J. Deprenyl (selegiline): the history of its development and phamacological action. Implications of combined treatment with Madopar and l-deprenyl in Parkinson’s disease. Acta Neurol Scand, 1983; 95: 57–80. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Lancet 1977; ii: 439–443.
For non-specialists, the story should start with neurotransmitters. All of this provides good support for understanding the function of deprenyl as a Parkinson’s drug and anti-depressant. The electrical network of the brain is modulated chemically by neurotransmitters that determine how easily and strongly its signals are transduced. Dopamine, adrenaline, melatonin and serotonin are all common examples of mono-amine neurotransmitters, named for a chemical structure they have in common. But why should it affect aging? Why should it protect the brain?