allobarbital


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allobarbital

 [al″o-bahr´bĭ-tal]
diallylbarbituric acid, a barbiturate used as an intermediate- to long-acting sedative and hypnotic.

allobarbital

diallylbarbituric acid, an intermediate- to long-acting sedative and hypnotic. Called also allobarbitone.
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Buresova and Bures (1977) investigated the effect of Allobarbital anesthesia on CTA in rats and reported that injections of this anesthetic following consumption of a novel saccharin solution produced a weak CTA effect.
These included allobarbital, p-aminosalicylic acid, and diphenylpyraline; however, these compounds were considered highly unlikely components of clinical specimens.