dibenzoxazepine

dibenzoxazepine

 [di-benz″oks-az´ĕ-pēn]
any of a class of structurally related heterocyclic drugs, including the antipsychotic agentloxapine and the antidepressantamoxapine.
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What not everyone knows is that loxapine is a member of the dibenzoxazepine class of medication, and it is structurally related to clozapine, which belongs to a class of medication known as dibenzodiazepines --a class that is extraordinarily similar to dibenzoxazepine.
(12) Loxapine is a dibenzoxazepine that has a molecular structure similar to clozapine.
They can be made with a variety of ingredients: pepper spray, which is made from the chemical capsaicin, the active ingredient in hot chilis; CR gas, also known as dibenzoxazepine; or phenacyl chloride, also known as Mace.
The antipsychotic potency of phenothiazines, thioxanthenes, butyrophenones, and dibenzoxazepines generally parallels their potency in increasing PRL levels.