Oxidative stress as a problem of psychopharmacology

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The review presents current literary information about the physiological and pathophysiological aspects of oxidative stress and its participation in the development of schizophrenia and mental depression. Experimental and clinical data about its involvement in the effect of antipsychotic and antidepressant drugs are also summarized.

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Eduard B. Arushanyan

Stavropol State Medical University

Author for correspondence.
Email: eduard.arush@mail.ru

Dr. Med. Sci. (Pharmacology), Professor and Head, Department of Pharmacology

Russian Federation, Stavropol

Stanislav S. Naumov

Stavropol State Medical University

Email: n_stanislav@mail.ru

PhD (Pharmacology), Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology

Russian Federation, Stavropol

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