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Felbinac (INN, or biphenylylacetic acid) is a topical medicine, belonging to the family of medicines known as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) of the arylacetic acid (not arylpropionic acid) class, which is used to treat muscle inflammation and arthritis. It is an active metabolite of fenbufen.
- The isopropyl acid is called Biprofen (cf Flurbiprofen) and is used to prepare Bifepramide.
- The α-ethyl acid is called Xenbucin, this in turn is used to make Xenthiorate.
- Xenyhexenic Acid
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- The Merck Index, 12th Edition. 3989
- Description of Felbinac on Tiscali 
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