Conventional Antidepressants are Slow and Ineffective
Delayed Effectiveness can be Costly
The Asulon Difference
We are able to differentiate between classical “slow-acting” antidepressants compound (e.g. SSRIs) and a “fast-acting” antidepressant compound (e.g. ketamine).
With our approach, for example, SSRIs are only effective after 4-6 weeks of chronic administration whereas ketamine produces a rapid restoration (within 24 hours) of behaviors; closely resembling the human therapeutic response.
This is the ideal model in which to test rapid-acting interventions.