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ibuprofen inhibits prostaglandin synthesis
cetirizine inhibits histamine release/eosinophil activity during inflammation, decreases swelling and inflammatory response
alprazolam binds to GABA receptors in brain which depresses the CNS
aripiprazole works on dopamine and serotonin receptors in the brain
warfarin interferes with synthesis of vitamin K slowing the process of blood clotting
escitalopram inhibits neuron reuptake of serotonin
furosemide inhibits the re-absorption of sodium and chloride from the ascending loop of Henle
infliximab neutralizes activity of tumor necrosis factor found in Crohn's disease
salmeterol relaxes bronchial smooth muscle producing bronchodilation
fluticasone reduces inflammation
paroxetine inhibits CNS reuptake of serotonin
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