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What does R-2HMP stand for?

R-2HMP stands for R)-N-(2-heptyl)-N-methylpropagylamine

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Further, the drug effectively increases antioxidant enzyme activities such as superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase (CAT) in brain dopaminergic regions. We have found that the effect of the drug on antioxidant enzyme activities is highly dose dependent, increasing with an increasing dose, however, a higher dose becomes less effective and an excessive dose becomes adversely effective. Most importantly, an optimal dose for the effect varies widely depending on animal species, strain, sex, age and duration of the treatment, which may at least partly explain discrepancies reported among different studies in the past. From the parallelism of the dose-effect relationship of the drug between life span extension and increasing endogenous antioxidant enzyme activity, we have suggested that the above two effects of (-)deprenyl may be causally related. This review summarizes our past series of studies and also reports our very recent observation that other propargylamines such as rasagiline and (R)-N-(2-heptyl)-N-methylpropagylamine.
Further, the drug effectively increases antioxidant enzyme activities such as superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase (CAT) in brain dopaminergic regions. We have found that the effect of the drug on antioxidant enzyme activities is highly dose dependent, increasing with an increasing dose, however, a higher dose becomes less effective and an excessive dose becomes adversely effective. Most importantly, an optimal dose for the effect varies widely depending on animal species, strain, sex, age and duration of the treatment, which may at least partly explain discrepancies reported among different studies in the past. From the parallelism of the dose-effect relationship of the drug between life span extension and increasing endogenous antioxidant enzyme activity, we have suggested that the above two effects of (–)deprenyl may be causally related. This review summarizes our past series of studies and also reports our very recent observation that other propargylamines such as rasagiline and (R)-N-(2-heptyl)-N-methylpropagylamine.
Further, the drug effectively increases antioxidant enzyme activities such as superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase (CAT) in brain dopaminergic regions. We have found that the effect of the drug on antioxidant enzyme activities is highly dose dependent, increasing with an increasing dose, however, a higher dose becomes less effective and an excessive dose becomes adversely effective. Most importantly, an optimal dose for the effect varies widely depending on animal species, strain, sex, age and duration of the treatment, which may at least partly explain discrepancies reported among different studies in the past. From the parallelism of the dose-effect relationship of the drug between life span extension and increasing endogenous antioxidant enzyme activity, we have suggested that the above two effects of (-)deprenyl may be causally related. This review summarizes our past series of studies and also reports our very recent observation that other propargylamines such as rasagiline and (R)-N-(2-heptyl)-N-methylpropagylamine.