Pitolisant

Category: Narcolepsy



Pitolisant Overview

Pitolisant (INN), also known as tiprolisant (USAN),[1] is a potent and highly selective histamine 3 (H) receptor antagonist/inverse agonist, representing the first commercially available medication in its class. Pitolisant enhances the activity of histaminergic neurons in the brain that function to improve a person's wakefulness and decrease the number of cataplexy attacks in people that suffer from narcolepsy.[2] History Pitolisant was developed by Jean-Cha...

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Pitolisant
  • Tablet: 17.8mg, 4.45mg
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