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The Neurocrine Library of Science was designed to provide the materials, resources, and information to keep you up to date on the latest scientific advances at Neurocrine. Our library doors are always open, so come back often to browse our catalog, search our database, and access important medical information about neurologic-, psychiatric-, and endocrine-related disorders.

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Vesicular monoamine transporter type 2 (VMAT2) in the nigrostriatal pathway may play an important role in tardive dyskinesia (TD). Watch the video to find out more.

From comprehensive disease state information to detailed study designs and results—Neurocrine slide decks cover it all. Browse our full collection.

Did you know that the first cases of tardive dyskinesia associated with antipsychotic use were reported in 1957 when 2 women in Germany presented with lip-smacking dyskinetic movements? Learn about the history of TD and more, including risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment, and ground yourself in the basics of this condition.

Gain insights on the RE-KINECT study. Review the results on the presence and impact of possible tardive dyskinesia in US outpatient psychiatry practices and learn about the disease burden among patients with at least one psychiatric disorder who have been exposed to antipsychotic medication for at least 3 months.

Stay up to date on Neurocrine poster presentations, even if you couldn't be present at the meeting. Check out our full database of presentations.

You can review the full Prescribing Information for Neurocrine FDA-approved product(s) here.

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