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CRL-40,941 (Fladrafinil) is a mild central nervous system stimulant drug closely related to adrafinil and modafinil. It is the bis(p-fluoro) ring-substituted derivative of adrafinil and has similar effects in animal tests and human trials. The fluorine substitution increases the potency to around twice that of adrafinil. CRL-40,941 was found to produce anti-aggressive effects in animals, which adrafinil does not produce.
- Fluorenol, serendipitously discovered to be a eugeroic in the search for a successor drug to Modafinil
- CA 1199916 more related analogs to look at.
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