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Nootropic cyclic peptide which improves memory and counters amnesia in various animals, probably through the dopaminergic system.
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Hlinak et al (1996) Effect of alaptide, its analogues and oxiracetam on memory for an elevated plus-maze in mice. Eur.J.Pharmacol. 314 1 PMID: 8957212
Lapka (1991) Pharmacokinetics and brain entry of alaptide, a novel nootropic agent in mice, rats and rabbits. J.Pharm.Pharmacol. 43 874 PMID: 1687590
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