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I intend to bulk up the content of this article over the next two weeks and for now I am going to add the references I have found here.
to do: Substantiate or Deprecate the following claim: Hordenine effective against 18 strains of MRSA. There is a dead link to this info, which i found through the internet way back machine, here:  a single, unsubstantiated claim at the end-as an afterthought-of the article on mesaline. This claim also had no citation or further reference, so it's akin to saying 'just anything' or 'george w bush was also an alien from krypton that they sent to earth to ensure Earth could no longer pose a threat to the galaxy'. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 17:24, 24 June 2012 (UTC)
- In the absence of any reliable source for these statements, I think it is best to remove them, so I have done so. If someone can find better sourcing, the information can be added back in then. -- Ed (Edgar181) 17:46, 24 June 2012 (UTC)
I post this note for safety reasons, because of the lack of documentation. It is still necessary laboratory research.
I recommend to consider a MAOI reversibility time of 96 hours. It is for keeping a washout period after hordenine discontinuation, prior to start any other sympathomimetic.
I also recommend to consider possible inhibition of various CYP isoenzymes.
I have replicated identical pharmacological interferences several times, but I am not allowed to provide with the method and the clinical data, because of original research.