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2-MDP (U-23807A) is a dissociative anaesthetic drug which has been found to be an NMDA antagonist and produces similar effects to PCP in animals. The levo or (-) isomer is the active form of the drug. It also has stimulant effects, having only around one third the potency of amphetamine by weight, but with a long duration of action, lasting more than 24 hours from a single oral dose.
- ^ Tang AH, Cangelosi AA, Code RA, Franklin SR. Phencyclidine-like behavioral effects of 2-methyl-3,3-diphenyl-3-propanolamine (2-MDP). Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behaviour. 1984 Feb;20(2):209-13.
- ^ Blake JC, Davies SN, Church J, Martin D, Lodge D. 2-Methyl-3,3-diphenyl-3-propanolamine (2-MDP) selectively antagonises N-methyl-aspartate (NMA). Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behaviour. 1986 Jan;24(1):23-5.
- ^ John H Biel. Annual Reports in Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 2. Academic Press 1966. p18.
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