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Mechanisms of Antipsychotic-Induced Insulin Resistance

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Molecular Mechanisms of Antipsychotic-induced Insulin Resistance

This study will investigate the molecular mechanisms of atypical-antipsychotic induced insulin resistance. This will be accomplished by administering olanzapine or placebo to healthy subjects for 7 days and analyzing genetic and protein changes in peripheral tissues known to play an important role in insulin resistance pathophysiology.

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Drug - olanzapine

atypical antipsychotic

Drug - placebo

placebo control

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Molecular Mechanisms of Antipsychotic-induced Insulin Resistance in Healthy Volunteers

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NCT02708394

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0dN18b