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Age Ageing. 1977 May;6(2):123-31.

The differential effects of meclofenoxate on memory loss in the elderly.


A double-blind study of the effects of meclofenoxate on memory performance of fit, able, elderly subjects was carried out. A number of performance measures, designed to measure various aspects of memory function were employed. These revealed that meclofenoxate appears to increase the consolidation of new information into long-term memory, but does not affect other aspects of remembering. It was also found that significantly more of the subjects receiving meclofenoxate reported an increased level of mental alertness.

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