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Euvitol     N-ethyl-6-phenyl- bicyclo[2.2.1]heptan-5-amine

Synonyms: Reactivan, Fencamfamin, Fenacamfamin, Fencamfamina, Fencamfamine, ...
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Disease relevance of Glucoenergan

  • 1. The effects produced by discontinuation of long-term treatment with fencamfamine (FCF) were evaluated recording behavioral and body weight changes [1].

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