WOEXP: 392 - Binding potential of doxepin after ebastine compared to after chlorpheniramine
 
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Binding potential of doxepin after ebastine compared to after chlorpheniramine. Binding potential of doxepin on histamine H1 receptor after administering of 10 mg of ebatine versus binding potential after administring of 2 mg of (+)-chlorpheniramine. WOEXP: 392.

M. Tagawa; M. Kano; N. Okamura; M. Higuchi; M. Matsuda; Y. Mizuki; H. Arai; R. Iwata; T. Fujii; S. Komemushi; T. Ido; M. Itoh; H. Sasaki; T. Watanabe; K. Yanai. Neuroimaging of histamine H1-receptor occupancy in human brain by positron emission tomography (PET): a comparative study of ebastine, a second-generation antihistamine, and (+)-chlorpheniramine, a classical antihistamine. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 52(5):501-509, 2001. PMID: 11736858. WOBIB: 127.

Drug - Ebastine
Drug - Chlorpheniramine
WOEXT: 416.
WOEXT: 408.

Modality:PET
Measured variable: Binding potential
Tracer: C-11 Doxepin
Scanner: Shimadzu SET2400W
Number of subjects: 12

Asymmetry: 0.00000 (left: -1, right: +1)

  x     y     z   Lobar anatomy Functional area WOROI Value
28 18 47 Frontal cortex      
-12 -21 45 Frontal cortex      
-38 51 7 Prefrontal cortex      
-34 60 32 Prefrontal cortex      
0 -57 27 Posterior cingulate cortex      
48 -45 35 Supramarginal gyrus      
16 -19 12 Thalamus      

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