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|Routes||Oral, IM, IV|
|Mol. mass||321.456 g/mol|
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Etybenzatropine (INN), also known as ethybenztropine (USAN, BAN) and tropethydrylin, is an anticholinergic/antihistamine marketed under the trade names Panolid, Ponalid, and Ponalide, which is used as an antiparkinsonian agent. Like its analogue benzatropine, it may act as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor.
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