carbetapentane

carbetapentane

 [kahr-ba″tah-pen´tān]
an antitussive agent with mild atropine-like antisecretory activity; used as the tannate salt in treatment of cough associated with upper respiratory infections, administered orally.
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(13,14) Some sigma-1 receptor modulators such as dextrorphan, carbetapentane, and pentazocine could attenuate seizures induced by the kainic acid or maximal electroshock in mice.
In accord with our study, Kim and his colleagues showed that carbetapentane, a sigma-1 receptor modulator, blocks the status epilepticus seizure-induced by kainic acid.
Carbetapentane attenuates kainate-induced seizures via sigma-1 receptor modulation.