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GABAergic

A GABAergic agent or drug is a chemical that functions to directly modulate the GABA system in the body or brain. Classes include GABA receptor agonists, GABA receptor antagonists, and GABA reuptake inhibitors. Examples of types include gabapentinoids and GABA analogues.

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