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Necopidem is a drug in the imidazopyridine family, which is related to the better known drugs zolpidem and alpidem. It is therefore considered a nonbenzodiazepine and as such may have sedative and anxiolytic effects, given its structural similarity to other Non-Benzodiazepine hypnotics.
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