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An Antimigraine drug is a medication intended to reduce the effects or intensity of migraine headache.

Examples are the triptans[1], including zolmitriptan.[2]

Antimigraine medications are classified under "N02C" in the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System.


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  1. > Serotonin (5-HT): receptors, agonists and antagonists By Flavio Guzmán, M.D. on 9/08/09
  2. Morikawa T, Matsuzawa Y, Makita K, Katayama Y (2006). "Antimigraine drug, zolmitriptan, inhibits high-voltage activated calcium currents in a population of acutely dissociated rat trigeminal sensory neurons". Molecular pain. 2: 10. doi:10.1186/1744-8069-2-10. PMC 1434723Freely accessible. PMID 16549032.