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Drugs In Clinical Trials

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Drug: ABT925
Clinical Trial ID: NCT00412620
Mode of action: D3-R antagonist
Phase: POC Failed
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Note: Insufficient target engagement

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Redden L, Rendenbach-Mueller B, Abi-Saab WM, Katz DA, Goenjian A, Robieson WZ, Wang Y, Goss SL, Greco N, Saltarelli MD. A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study of the dopamine D3 receptor antagonist ABT-925 in patients with acute schizophrenia. J Clin Psychopharmacol . 2011 Apr ; 31(2):221-5. Abstract

Geneste H, Amberg W, Backfisch G, Beyerbach A, Braje WM, Delzer J, Haupt A, Hutchins CW, King LL, Sauer DR, Unger L, Wernet W. Synthesis and SAR of highly potent and selective dopamine D3-receptor antagonists: variations on the 1H-pyrimidin-2-one theme. Bioorg Med Chem Lett . 2006 Apr 1 ; 16(7):1934-7. Abstract


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