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Skeletal formula of fluacizine
Space-filling model of the fluacizine molecule
Systematic (IUPAC) name
Clinical data
  • (Prescription only)
Oral, IM
PubChem CID 161562
ChemSpider 141910 YesY
UNII E2M3325B1R YesY
Chemical data
Formula C20H21F3N2OS
394.455 g/mol
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Fluacizine (Phthorazisin), also known as fluoracizine and ftoracizine, is a phenothiazine derivative which, unlike most other phenothiazines which are used as antipsychotics, is an antidepressant with sedative effects that was marketed in Russia.[1][2][3][4] It is known to act as a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor, antihistamine, and anticholinergic.[1][5][6][7]

See also[edit]

  • Chloracizine


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  2. ^ Vikhlyaev YI, Zherdev VP, Ul'yanova OV (November 1974). "Distribution and action of fluacizine during prolonged administration". Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 77 (5): 524–6. PMID 4474896. 
  3. ^ David J. Triggle (1996). Dictionary of Pharmacological Agents. Boca Raton: Chapman & Hall/CRC. ISBN 0-412-46630-9. 
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  5. ^ Arefolov VA, Panasyuk LV, Raevskii KS, Kostyukov VI (September 1974). "Effect of fluacizine on the uptake of exogenous noradrenalin by the isolated rat vas deferens". Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 77 (3): 295–7. doi:10.1007/bf00802484. PMID 4153328. 
  6. ^ Arefolov VA, Panasyuk LV (November 1974). "Effect of fluacizine on the uptake of exogenous noradrenalin". Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 77 (5): 520–3. PMID 4441683. 
  7. ^ Arefolov VA, Panasiuk LV, Firsov VK (1975). "[Neuromediator content in the synaptic vesicles of rat adrenergic nerves in some pharmacological actions]". Farmakologiia I Toksikologiia (in Russian) 38 (3): 285–9. PMID 6305.