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Levophenacylmorphan is a morphinan derivative that acts as an opioid agonist. It has potent analgesic effects and is around 10x more potent than morphine. Adverse effects associated with its use are those of the opioids as a whole, including pruritus, nausea, respiratory depression, euphoria and development of tolerance and dependence to its effects.
- MAY, E.L. & EDDY, N.B., A New Potent Synthetic Analgesic, J. Org. Chem., 24 : 294, 1959.
- Fraser HF, Isbell H. Human pharmacology and addiction liabilities of phenazocine and levophenacylmorphan. UN Bulletin on Narcotics. 1960 Issue 2