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1. General Comments All of these agents have a narrow therapeutic window. Efficacy is strongly dose dependent, however. Peripheral tolerance to the gastrointestinal side effects develops slowly; hence, all of the agents must be titrated slowly. 2. Pharmacology There are many differences between the four drugs. TAC has a short plasma half-life and is a reversible inhibitor of cholinesterase (28). DON has a long plasma half-life and is also a reversible CEI (29). MET is a prodrug that is nonenzymatically converted to dichlorvos, an irreversible CEI (23).
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Alzheimer's disease : methods and protocols by N M Hooper; Humana Press