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alpha-cyclohexyl amphetamine analogue -Lilienthal
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Member   posted 12-18-98 04:25 PM          
Chem. Pharm. Bull. 34, 2071 1986 H. Takahashi e.a.:"Interestingly, S-isomers such as (S)-alpha-cyclohexyl-beta-phenylethylamine and it's N-methyl analogue showed an exciting effect in mice, and appeared to have a potent amphetamine-like activity" along with non-morphin and morphin-like analgesic activities. The enantiselective syntheses are given.
Arzneimittelforschung 28, 1561 1978 P. Ghosh e.a.: Synthesis of (R,S)-alpha-cyclohexyl-beta-phenylethylamine, pharmacological activity of related substances.
Chem. Ber. 67, 1617 1934: Another route.
Lil. Drms. 12, 18 1989 O. Lilienthal: Synthesis from benzaldehyde and nitromethyl-cyclohexane, excellent yields!.
Member   posted 12-19-98 01:15 AM          
Very interesting. Is there any receptor binding data in that Chem. Pharm. Bull. article? Or is the amphetamine-like activity seen in some pharmacological assay (grooming behavior, increased locomotor activity, etc)? Looking at the structure, seems like it could be acting at PCP or other receptors.
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Member   posted 12-19-98 03:44 PM          
You're getting into some amazing stuff here. THere's a double-phenylated ring compound with a potency 10 times that of d-meth. Interested? I'll post ref's if anyones cares for them.
-drone #342

Member   posted 12-21-98 04:12 AM          
Drone: "I'll post ref's if anyones cares for them."
Of course we do. You know that. Want me to say PLEEZE again? 

Member   posted 12-21-98 05:30 AM          
Takahashi (Chem. Pharm. Bull. 34, 2071 1986) only gave this short remark and analgesic activities (acid writhing, mice).
Ghosh (Arzneim.-Forschg. / Drug. Res. 28, 1561 1978) found a decrease in motor activity (d-amphetamine gave a strong increase, it's the classical stimulants test). But they used the racemate at 1/10 lethal dose. Maybe it's the opioid (or another, who knows?) activity which dominates at higher doses or with the stereoisomers.
drone 342
Member   posted 12-21-98 01:06 PM          
I don't have my ref's with me, but a few of them for 2-benzhydryl-1-methyl-piperidine are:
Helv.Chim.Acta; 37; 1954; 2133,2142,2143;
JACS; 117; 45; 1995; 11124-11133;
CA 57; 2197d; 1962;
JACS; 118; 16; 1996; 3862-3868;

These are some potent analogs, but I know there are ones out there that leave even these ones in the dust. When I remember to bring them, I'll send y'all thei page nubmers, etc. Still from this you should be able get enough info to keep you plenty busy.

-drone #342

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drone 342
Member   posted 12-21-98 01:08 PM          
I think the following ref should also be of interest: JMC; 11; 4; 1968; 792-796
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