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A reuptake modulator, or transporter modulator, is a type of drug which modulates the reuptake of one or more neurotransmitters via their respective neurotransmitter transporters. Examples of reuptake modulators include reuptake inhibitors (transporter blockers) and reuptake enhancers.
- Releasing agent
- Release modulator
- Transporter substrate
- Channel modulator
- Enzyme modulator
- Receptor modulator
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