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|Molar mass||347.42 g/mol|
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6β-Naltrexol-d4 is an opioid 'neutral antagonist', in contrast to inverse-agonists often dubbed "antagonists" for simplicities sake, such as naloxone or naltrexone. It is labeled with deuterium for NMR imaging.
- The Relative Potency of Inverse Opioid Agonists and a Neutral Opioid Antagonist in Precipitated Withdrawal and Antagonism of Analgesia and Toxicity. Sunil Sirohi, Shveta V. Dighe, Priyanka A. Madia and Byron C. Yoburn
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