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Brimonidine (bri-MOE-ni-deen ) is a drug used to treat glaucoma. It acts via decreasing aqueous humor synthesis.
Additional recommended knowledge
Brimonidine is an alpha2 receptor agonist.
Alpha 2 agonists, through the activation of the Gi GPCR, inhibit the production of AC. This reduces cAMP and hence Aqueous Humour production by the ciliary body.
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