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WIN-2299

WIN-2299
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IUPAC name
2-Diethylaminoethyl cyclopentylhydroxy-(2-thienyl)-acetate
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15421-88-2 7pxY
3737-35-7 (HCl) 7pxY
ChemSpider 141215
EC number 239-435-8
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C17H27NO3S
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WIN-2299 is an anticholinergic drug.[1] Human reactions to WIN-2299 include sedation (2 mg), LSD-like reactions (6 mg), and an acute delirious episode (10 mg).[2]

References

  1. Luduena, FP; Lands, AM (1954). "An investigation of the pharmacological actions of three potent antispasmodic compounds and their corresponding metho-salts". The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 110 (3): 282–92. PMID 13143475. 
  2. Pennes, HH; Hoch, PH (1957). "Psychotomimetics, clinical and theoretical considerations: Harmine, Win-2299 and nalline". The American Journal of Psychiatry 113 (10): 887–92. PMID 13402982. 

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