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08-02-2011, 01:33 PM
The above is a widely studied class of opioids. Example 2 is around x 500 morphine in potency. The question is - would they be considered analogues under the CsA act? Of course, one would expect the N-(2-furanylethyl) analogue to be still stronger...
02-09-2012, 08:41 AM
this is interesting, would love to know more about whether they are covered.
04-07-2012, 12:51 PM
They appear to be legal but they are a bit of a pain to make. I think they are interesting because if you overlay them with ketobemidone - they do so very well - I guess that is why the =O & =CH2 are the strong ones.
If you want legal then almost any phenolic opioid can have the -OH replaced with a -CONH2 and keep the same activity (and duration goes up a huge amount - the M analogue lasts 14 hours or more).
I'm not getting more into the simpler but unusual opioids. AH-7921 was a washout but there are some sneaky nortilidine analogues that seem about x10M (and are legal).
04-07-2012, 03:57 PM
Sure wish I had any fucking idea what you are talking about Boro. ^^^^It's all Greek to me. I flunked chemistry:(
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