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One CNN article noted, has a dead link. Cannot be found Google searching with reference to it.

-- Agreed. The section on pharmacology makes sweeping claims about the action of phenylpiracetam without providing any citations or other evidence. The entire page reads like an advertisement for the product. I deleted links to suppliers that included PRICING information! - Oceanlab — Preceding unsigned comment added by Oceanlab (talkcontribs) 19:50, 23 October 2013 (UTC)

Add citations where you know that reliable ones exist. Challenge uncited material with the cite tag "{{cn}}", then after some time passes, other editors may provide citations, or the challenged material may be removed. Since you have the ability to edit the article, just complaining about citation or lack thereof isn't really helpful. Links to suppliers are generally not appropriate, so thank you for making those changes.Anastrophe (talk) 19:58, 23 October 2013 (UTC)
Someone removed a large chunk of the pharmocology section explaining it's mode of action, which was covered by a valid journal citation ( The change leaves the pharmocology section pointless, as it contains no information regarding the actual pharmacology of the drug now. The chunk explaining the effect on receptors should remain as it has a valid citation, though I agree the chunk claiming it's uses in asthenia and cerebrovascular injury require better citations and thus should remain removed until better sources can be found (I'll try and look later). LiamSP (talk) 23:02, 29 October 2013 (UTC)

Need to re-translate[edit]

This text was apparently translated via babelfish from the German wikipedia. It must be re-translated by hand. Athf1234 07:05, 22 July 2005 (UTC)

Wow. I was going to add the info about Olga Pyleva, but somebody beat me to it. PrometheusX303 21:40, 16 February 2006 (UTC)

I'm buzzing... —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 14:19, 21 February 2009 (UTC) It is in fact an OTC drug in Russia, used to treat narcolepsy.-- (talk) 19:50, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

07:21, 9 January 2013 (UTC)Profmad07:21, 9 January 2013 (UTC)

A new age in Neurol-Psychological modulators, may be dawning. After the jobless pharmacologists, or sold-out as DNA scientists, it has smoldered.

When Valium was found to have specific sites,& Shulgin's List got out, Hoffman's Problem child, was on dole. Template:Prof. Dole designed the 'methadone Project'. (Does it really stand for Dept. of Lost Employment?).(anec.) It was redundant. It had revolutionized the art-world, as much as it had science, design & technology.

Phenypiracetam, to quote Shulgin, has many erogenous zones (q.v. Chemistry is like Pornography, when you know what groups to look for).

Structurally, it resembles & replicates an array of noo(psycho)tropics, as Methylphenidate (MP) & also GABAergic agents. compounds..

Its Pharmacological profile, is a very rapid (intranasal) onset, Tachycardia is almost instant, quickly fading. It is a mild/moderate euphoriant, with a similar potency, and effect as Ethyl / Methylphenidate It too, has a slightly longer active t1/2. It gives a greater 'crystal' clear thought, without repetitive behavior (induced by amphetamines or EP)

Phenylpiracetam is an intriguing leap since the racetams, began. (Piracetam was used, (& Centrophenoxine), twenty years ago in Turkey. Piracetam, was not recognized, here at the time.

Research Chemistry should, make for a good double-blind study, of new psychotropics (nootropics).

Pharmacology is back!

07:21, 9 January 2013 (UTC)Profmad07:21, 9 January 2013 (UTC)