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Son of Dimebon

When Medivation Inc.'s Dimebon latrepirdine failed in a Phase III trial in Alzheimer's disease, it came as no surprise to skeptics of the compound who had long doubted the generic antihistamine, for which a mechanism of action could not be identified in AD. But now, in a quest for small molecule neurogenesis stimulators, researchers at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas have identified a compound that has a structure and neuroprotective function surprisingly similar to those of Dimebon.1

The new molecule, P7C3, is more potent than Dimebon and could

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