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|Molecular mass||346.46 g/mol|
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Morpheridine (Morpholinoethylnorpethidine) is a 4-phenylpiperidine derivative that is related to the opioid analgesic drug pethidine (meperidine). It is a strong analgesic with around 4 times the potency of pethidine, and unlike pethidine, does not cause convulsions, although it produces the standard opioid side effects such as sedation and respiratory depression.
- US 2795581, STERN EDWARD S; ANDERSON RONALD J, "Piperidine Compounds and Their Production", issued 06/11/1957, assigned to J.F. McFarlan & Co
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- Green, A. F.; Ward, N. B. (1956). "Analgesic and other properties of morpholinoethylnorpethidine". British journal of pharmacology and chemotherapy 11 (1): 32–34. PMC 1509567. PMID 13304251.
- "Single convention on drugs 1961".
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