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a(CHEBI:xanomeline) decreases path(MESH:"Mood Disorders") View Subject | View Object

In a large-scale placebo-controlled clinical trial, it was demonstrated that xanomeline, a muscarinic agonist with reasonable selectivity for M1/M4 receptors, exhibits a positive effect in minimizing, in a dose-dependent manner, cognitive and psychiatric symptoms in AD, including memory deficit, mood disturbance, agitation and hallucinations PubMed:26813123

p(HGNC:ADNP) decreases path(MESH:"Mood Disorders") View Subject | View Object

Several present with obsessive compulsive behavior, mood disorder, a high anxiety level, temper tantrums, self-injurious and (verbally) aggressive behavior. PubMed:29724491

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