phenethylamine


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phenethylamine

(fĕn′ĕth′ə-lə-mēn′, -lăm′ən)

phenethylamine

(fen-eth′ĭl-ă-mēn″)
Any of a class of toxic, controlled, and sometimes addictive central nervous system stimulants that suppress appetite and induce euphoria or hallucinations. Members of this class include amphetamines and methamphetamines.
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Moreover, phenethylamine, a synthetic drug known by its effects similar to LSD and its sublingual consumption via blotter paper, was analyzed directly in the sample by DARTTOFMS.
Phenethylamine has also been registered as a Schedule V drug in the UAE federal law.
Phenylalkylamines (derived from phenethylamine) are often termed "bk-amphetamines" for the beta-ketone moiety.
The serotonin 2C receptor potently modulates the head-twitch response in mice induced by a phenethylamine hallucinogen.
Plant part Class of the Constituents Reference constituents Leaves Alkaloids 3,4-Dimethoxy- [34] [beta]- phenethylamine 3-Methoxytyramine [34] Tyramine [34] Fatty acids Methyl palmitate [31] Methyl linoleate Methyl [alpha]- linoleate Flavonoid Vitexin [35] Phytosterol [beta]-Sitosterol [35] glycoside glucoside Lactone Dihydroactinidiolide [28] Phenolic 2,4-Ditert- [36] compounds butylphenol [alpha]-Tocopherol [36, 37] Catechin [37] Epicatechin [37] Quercetin [37] Myricetin [37] Sterols Campesterol [28] Stigmasterol [beta]-Sitosterol [36] Terpenoids [beta]-Carotene [37] Phytol [36] Fruit Caretenoids Lutein ([beta], [26, 37] e-carotene-3,3'- diol) Zeaxanthin ([beta], [beta]-carotene- 3,3'-diol) TABLE 5: Percentage (% w/w) of mineral contents in the leaves of P bleo [38].
LSD and the phenethylamine hallucinogen DOI are potent partial agonists at 5-HT2A receptors on interneurons in rat piriform cortex.
The direct three-component reactions worked well with a variety of arylamines bearing either electron-donating (Table 1, entries 11-17) or -withdrawing groups (Table 1, entries 4, 42-46) and phenethylamine (Table 1, entries 8 and 9).
(5.) According to popular dictionary sources, the term amphetamine is a contraction of the pharmacological name alphamethyl phenethylamine, which in turn is compounded from the morphemes /alpha/methy/hyl/ and /phen/eth/hyl/amine/.
Phentermine HCl is a member of the amphetamine and phenethylamine class.
"Chocolate contains phenethylamine, a nutrient that enhances mood and is the chemical we produce in our brains when we fall in love."
Later research has fleshed out the picture as follows (with apologies for inevitable simplification): the stage of attraction involves a cocktail of endogenous phenethylamine (PEA), norepinephirene, dopamine, and serotonin, while feelings of attachment or affiliation involve endorphins, oxytocin, and vasopressin.