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NITROMIFENE     1-[2-[4-[(Z)-1-(4- methoxyphenyl)-2-nitro-2...

Synonyms: Nitromifeno, Nitromifenum, Nitromiphene, AC1MHUBN, CHEMBL2105203, ...
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  • Besides undergoing O-demethylation in vivo, the triarylethylene antiestrogen nitromifene [1-(4-(2-pyrrolidinylethoxy)phenyl)-1-(4-methoxy)-phenyl-2-phenyl- 2- nitroethene, 1] undergoes biotransformation via nitroreduction, ethene bond cleavage, and pyrrolidine ring oxidation affording ketone metabolites 2 and 3 and a lactam metabolite 4 [1].
  • The non-steroidal triphenylethylene-type antiestrogens with an amine side chain--enclomiphene, nitromifene, tamoxifen and zuclomiphene--were found to be competitive inhibitors of [3H]spiroperidol (Kd = 0.12 nM; Bmax = 101 fmol/mg protein) and [3H]domperidone (Kd = 0.62 nM; Bmax = 86 fmol/mg protein) binding to striatal membranes [2].


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