- n an antibiotic that is especially active against the tubercle bacillus
- Medications like D-cycloserine may simply streamline the process.
- That's because the theory behind D-cycloserine's action is totally consistent with old-fashioned talk therapy, and especially with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), currently the .
- People placed in a virtual-reality glass elevator and treated with the antibiotic D-cycloserine were better able to overcome their fear of heights than those without benefit of the .
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- MSU research discovers crucial link between peptide levels and Alzheimers
A team of MSU researchers might have found a crucial link between peptide levels in the brain and the escalation of Alzheimer’s disease. For the project, professor Christina Chan and MSU alumna Hirosha Geekiyanage experimented with mice, which were genetically altered to be more likely to develop symptoms of the disease. The team injected a compound called L-cycloserine into the mice and later ...
July 16, 2013 - The State News
- Barbara Rothbaum in BusinessWeek
After treatment, and then again three months later, the people who got the D-cycloserine reported less fear,Rothbaum says. "After two pills and two sessions, they were doing better than the people who got the placebo."