diethyltryptamine


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diethyltryptamine

 (DET) [di-eth″il-trip´tah-mēn]
a synthetic hallucinogen closely related to dimethyltryptamine.

di·eth·yl·tryp·ta·mine (DET),

(dī-eth'il-trip'tă-mēn),
A hallucinogenic agent similar to dimethyltryptamine.

diethyltryptamine

/di·eth·yl·tryp·ta·mine/ (DET) (-trip´tah-mēn) a synthetic hallucinogenic substance closely related to dimethyltryptamine.

diethyltryptamine

(dī-ĕth″ĭl-trĭp′tă-mĭn)
A hallucinogenic agent that at low doses has effects similar to those of LSD.
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In 1960, Zoltan Boszormenyi--coworker of Stephen Szara, the Hungarian physician who first administered synthesized DMT to human subjects in an experimental setting (Szara 1956)--examined the effects of diethyltryptamine (a synthetic analogue of DMT) on brainwaves.