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Tiflorex, formerly known as flutiorex, is a stimulant amphetamine. Its most pronounced effect is in suppression of appetite; it has little effect on pulse rate, sleep, or mood. It was found to be twice as potent an anorectic as fenfluramine.
SL 72.340-d was cited to be 4x the anorectant potency of fenfluramine (ED50=1.4mg/kg vs 5.6mg/kg).
- T. Silverstone, Jill Fincham & Jill Plumley. An evaluation of the anorectic activity in man of a sustained release formulation of tiflorex. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 1979, 7, 353–356.
- J.F. Giudicelli, Christine Richer & A. Berdeaux (1976). "Preliminary assessment of flutiorex, a new anorectic drug, in man.". British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 3 (1): 113–121. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2125.1976.tb00578.x. PMC 1428817. PMID 788737.
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