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GABOB, buxamin, Gamibetal®, Gamma-amino beta-hydroxy butyric acid.
This contradiction is explained as… “inhibition of the GH release stimulated by GABA and its ability to raise baseline GH share the same basic mechanism, i. e. , an action through dopaminergic (DA) neurons. Continuous stimulation of central nervous system (CNS-DA) receptors by GABA mimetics through DA release would ultimately lead to a state of partial refractoriness to DA-mediated events…” The key then appears to be the avoidance of continuous stimulation of the central nervous system. Two derivatives of GABA, gamma-amino-beta-hydroxy butyric acid.