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Cephadol     1,1-diphenyl-4-(1- piperidyl)butan-1-ol

Synonyms: Difenidol, Nometic, Vontrol, defenidol, Avomol, ...
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  • This work showed that appropriate structural modification of diphenidol can lead to M2-selective muscarinic antagonists of possible interest in the field of Alzheimer's disease [4].

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