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Clofenciclan (Chlorphencyclan; Tonquil, Vesitan) is a dopamine-releasing agent developed by Boehringer & Soehne in the 1950s. It proved unpopular as a treatment because of its pronounced stimulant activity.
- US Patent 3254083
- Poeldinger W. Therapeutic experiences with thiopropazate and with a combination of thiopropazate and chlorphencyclan (Vesitan) in psychiatry. (German). Praxis. 1962 Jan 18;51:73-8. PMID 14487367
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