Mechanism Action Of Citicoline

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Citicoline (INN), also known as cytidine diphosphate-choline (CDP-Choline) and cytidine 5'-diphosphocholine is a psychostimulant/nootropic. Studies suggest that CDP-choline supplements increase dopamine receptor densities, and suggest that CDP-choline supplementation can ameliorate memory impairment caused by environmental conditions. Preliminary research at Harvard found that citicoline supplements help improve focus and mental energy and may possibly be useful in the treatment of attention deficit disorder. It is an ingredient in some energy drinks such as 5-Hour Energy and is available as an over the counter nutritional supplement.

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i.want to mechanism of citicolin how work of citicolin inj in body

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