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BrandGenericMOA (class)
CelexaBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
LexaproBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
ProzacBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
LuvoxBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
PaxilBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
ZoloftBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
PristiqBlocks both NE and 5HT reuptake transporters resulting in higher NE and 5HT levels (Serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, SNRI)
CymbaltaBlocks both NE and 5HT reuptake transporters resulting in higher NE and 5HT levels (Serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, SNRI)
Effexor XRBlocks both NE and 5HT reuptake transporters resulting in higher NE and 5HT levels (Serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, SNRI)
FetzimaBlocks both NE and 5HT reuptake transporters resulting in higher NE and 5HT levels (Serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, SNRI)
ElavilBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
AnafranilBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
NorpraminBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
SilenorBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
TofranilBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
PamelorBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
AzilectReduces activity of mono-amine-oxidase, the enzyme responsible for reduction of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin (Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, MAOI)
EldeprylReduces activity of mono-amine-oxidase, the enzyme responsible for reduction of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin (Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, MAOI)
NardilReduces activity of mono-amine-oxidase, the enzyme responsible for reduction of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin (Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, MAOI)
ParnateReduces activity of mono-amine-oxidase, the enzyme responsible for reduction of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin (Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, MAOI)
WellbutrinInhibits dopamine & NE reuptake (“Other” antidepressant)
BusparAffinity for 5HT1a and 5HT2 receptors (“Other” antidepressant)
DesyrelInhibits serotonin reuptake, blocks histamine and alpha adrenergic receptors (“Other” antidepressant)
RemeronInhibits alpha 2 receptors as well as 5-HT2/3, leading to increased release of serotonin and norepinephrine (“Other” antidepressant)
ViibrydSSRI/5HT1a receptor partial agonist (“Other” antidepressant)
BrintellixSSRI/5HT1a agonist/5HT3 receptor antagonist (“Other” antidepressant)
TegretolSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
ZarontinSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
FelbatolSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
NeurontinSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
LyricaSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
VimpatSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
BanzelSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
LamictalSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
KeppraSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
TrileptalSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
LuminalSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
MysolineSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
DilantinSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
CerebyxSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
TopamaxSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
DepakoteSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
SabrilSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
ZonegranSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
TegretolSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, mood stabilizer)
DepakoteSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, mood stabilizer)
LamictalSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, mood stabilizer)
LithobidLithium alters cation transport across cell membranes and influences reuptake of serotonin. Second messenger systems are inhibited (Mood stabilizer)
XanaxBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
LibriumBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
KlonopinBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
ValiumBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
ProSomBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
RohypnolBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
DalmaneBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
AtivanBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
VersedBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
SeraxBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
RestorilBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
HalcionBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
AbilifyBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
SaphrisBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
ClozarilBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
FanaptBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
LatudaBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
ZyprexaBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
InvegaBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
SeroquelBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
RisperdalBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
GeodonBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
ThorazineNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
ProlixinNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
HaldolNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
TrilafonNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
MellarilNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
StelazineNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
AdderallCause release of norepinephrine and dopamine (Stimulants)
ZenzediCause release of norepinephrine and dopamine (Stimulants)
VyvanseCause release of norepinephrine and dopamine (Stimulants)
DesoxynCause release of norepinephrine and dopamine (Stimulants)
RitalinBlocks reuptake of dopamine and NE (Stimulants)
StratteraNorepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (Non-stimulant ADHD medications)
IntunivAlpha 2 agonists (Non-stimulant ADHD medications)
CatapresAlpha 2 agonists (Non-stimulant ADHD medications)
BenadrylInhibits H1 receptor (antihistamines)
Vistaril|AtaraxHas less anticholinergic effect (antihistamines)
LunestaActivity on GABA receptor to enhance effect of GABA (“Z” hypnotics)
AmbienActivity on GABA receptor to enhance effect of GABA (“Z” hypnotics)
SonataActivity on GABA receptor to enhance effect of GABA (“Z” hypnotics)
RozeremMT1 and MT2 (melatonin) agonist (Sleep aid- other)
ApokynDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
ParlodelDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
MirapexDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
RequipDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
SymmetrelDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
SinemetLevodopa is converted peripherally to DA, carbidopa inhibits LAAD to decrease peripheral conversion of levodopa to DA (Antiparkinson-Dopaminergic)
ComtanInhibition of COMT, increasing levodopa concentrations thereby increasing CNS dopamine concentrations (Antiparkinson-COMT inhibitors)
TasmarInhibition of COMT, increasing levodopa concentrations thereby increasing CNS dopamine concentrations (Antiparkinson-COMT inhibitors)
StalevoInhibition of COMT, increasing levodopa concentrations thereby increasing CNS dopamine concentrations (Antiparkinson-COMT inhibitors)
CogentinBlocks cholinergic receptors and restores DA/ACh balance (Antiparkinson-Anticholinergic)
ArtaneBlocks cholinergic receptors and restores DA/ACh balance (Antiparkinson-Anticholinergic)
AriceptAcetylcholinesterase inhibitors (Memory enhancers)
RazadyneAcetylcholinesterase inhibitors (Memory enhancers)
ExelonAcetylcholinesterase inhibitors (Memory enhancers)
NamendaNMDA receptor blocker (Memory enhancers)
AntabuseAldehyde dehydrogenase inhibitor (Alcohol deterrent
CampralIncreases GABA system and decreases glutamate system (Anticraving medications)
ReviaOpioid antagonist (Anticraving medications)

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