Arbaclofen

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Arbaclofen or arbaclofen placarbil or ARBaclofen or Ontinua ER is an investigational drug related to baclofen, it is being investigated for muscle spasticity (muscle spasms).[1] Arbaclofen is a GABA-B agonist, and is being investigated as a muscle relexant for multiple sclerosis.[2]

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agonist A chemical that binds to the receptor and stimulates it's function, e.g., morphine is an opioid agonist that binds to the opioid receptor, reducing pain. The opposite of an antagonist.

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