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Diclonia     1-(4-butoxyphenyl)-3-(1- piperidyl)propan-1...

Synonyms: Dyclonin, Diclonina, Tanaclone, dyclonine, Dyclocaine, ...
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  • In this study we investigated mucosal application of dyclonine on urge to defecate and pain threshold in volunteers and IBS patients (n = 10) [3].

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