haloalkylamines

hal·o·al·kyl·a·mines

(hal'ō-al-kil'ă-mēnz),
A class of drugs, including phenoxybenzamine and diabenamine, which binds so as to alkylate α-adrenergic receptors so that they are irreversibly inactivated.
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