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Phepranon     2-diethylamino-1-phenyl- propan-1-one

Synonyms: Regenon, Tenuate, Tepanil, Amfepramon, Anorex, ...
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Biological context of Amfepramone


Anatomical context of Amfepramone

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  • Following 11 days of treatment with diethylpropion, amphetamine or mazindol, there was a significant increase in purine nucleotide (GDP) binding to mitochondria only in the amphetamine-treated animals [22].
  • Toxicological analysis of these droplets revealed the presence of thyroid extract and diethylpropione, an amphetamine-like noradrenergic anorectic agent banned in Belgium [23].

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Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Amfepramone


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