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.
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To this, 50 [micro]L of internal standard (0.35 mg/mL of allobarbital and 0.2 mg/mL cyheptamide in methanol) was added and vortexed.
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.