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Journal Article

Journal Article

The clinical psychopharmacology of tryptophan  [1986]

Young, S.N.;

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A detailed technical review summarizes and discusses: (1) background information relevant to choosing appropriate doses of tryptophan (Trp) for clinical usage; (2) the toxicity and side-effects of Trp; and (3) both experimental studies on normal subjects and clinical trials in patients. Possible dietary influences on brain function through changes in brain Trp also are discussed. Clinical studies include the effects of Trp on arousal, sleep, pain, schizophrenia, and aggression. Future research needs are identified.(wz)
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Nutrition and the brain (USA)

Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
1988
Volume:
7
Start Page:
49
End Page:
88
All titles:
"The clinical psychopharmacology of tryptophan"@eng
Other:
"206 ref. Literature review"
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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
1988
Volume:
7
Start Page:
49
End Page:
88
All titles:
"The clinical psychopharmacology of tryptophan"@eng
Other:
"206 ref. Literature review"