Mechanism Of Action Of Citicoline

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Verwon Says:
Citicoline is considered a psychostimulant/nootropic substance, in the U.S. it is available over the counter in some energy drinks.

As to the mechanism of action, I am not a chemist, so I really don't know, but you may be able to find more information in the article and references here:


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