Gilutensin

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IUPAC_name = 2-(diphenylmethylidene)butan-1-amine


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CAS_number= 341-00-4
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PubChem= 68840
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C=17 | H=19 | N=1
molecular_weight = 237.339
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Gilutensin (Etifelmine) is a stimulant drug. It was used for the treatment of hypotension (low blood pressure). [Poepelmann H. The treatment of hypotensive circulatory disorders with gilutensin. "Therapie der Gegenwart". (German) 1964 Aug;103:1007-12.]

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