Acamprosate (brand name: Campral) is an amino acid derivative with partial agonist activity at the NMDA receptors that is used in the treatment of alcohol dependence. Its most common side effects are fairly mild and include: reduced libido, rash and diarrhoea (source: AMH), it has a half-life of 20-30 hours and is administered orally.
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