Active Ingredient History
THIOTHIXENE, (E)- (trans-thiothixene) )is a clinically inactive isomer of thiothixene. 1000 times higher concentration of this isomer than the active cis-isomer required to inhibit release of (3H) dopamine from rat striatal slices. Trans-thiothixene is about 50 times less potent than cis-thiothixene in inhibiting 3H-haloperidol binding at their binding sites in the rat brain. Cis-isomer of thiothixene is the active antipsychotic drug used in antipsychotic therapy. NCATS
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