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|Legal status||Narcotic Schedule I (UN)|
|Mol. mass||372.415 g/mol|
Codoxime (Codossima) is an opiate analogue that is a derivative of hydrocodone, where the 6-ketone group has been replaced by carboxymethyloxime. It has primarily antitussive effects and was found to have moderate potential to cause dependence in animal studies.
- Jack Fishman. Morphinone and Codeinone Derivatives. US Patent 3153042
- Jasinski DR, Martin WR. Assessment of the dependence-producing properties of dihydrocodeinone and codoxime. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 1967 Mar-Apr;8(2):266-70. PMID 6021586
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