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Benzacot     N-[[4-(2-dimethylaminoethoxy) phenyl]methyl...

Synonyms: Stemetic, Tebamide, Trimazide, Tigan, Tribenzagan, ...
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  • In addition, KA/Tri rats showed that increased trimethobenzamide dosages were associated with decreased hilar, CA3c, CA3b, CA1, and subiculum neuron densities [4].

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