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Ibogaine, an indole alkaloid present in the root of plant Tabernanthe iboga has been shown to have anti-addiction properties against opiates1, 2, stimulants3 and alcohol4. Since the anti-addiction effect lasts longer than the presence of ibogaine in the body, metabolic changes are occurring in the brain which could be studied using a 2D gel based proteomics approach. The protein profiles could then be used to establish which proteins are up or down-regulated and may lead to a better under

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