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Chlorprothixene (Taractan, Tarasan, Truxal) is a thioxanthine derivative developed by Lundbeck for the treatment of psychotic disorders. The drug exerts its activity by binding to and inhibiting serotonin receptors, dopamine receptors, muscarinic acetylcholine receptor, histamine H1 receptor and alpha1-adrenergic receptor.   NCATS

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alpha-chlorprothixene | chlorprothixen | chlorprothixene | chlorprothixene hcl | chlorprothixene hydrochloride | chlorprothixine | chlorprotixen | chlorprotixene | chlorprotixine | chlothixen | chorprothixene | n-714 | ro-40403 | taractan | truxal


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