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Shulgin: 90 pages of Psychedelic SAR
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Handbook of Psychopharmacology, Volume 11: Stimulants
Edited by Leslie L. Iversen Susan D. Iversen and Solomon H. Snyder
Plenum Press,  New York (1978)

Chapter 6: Psychotomimetic Drugs: Structure-Activity Relationships

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By Alexander T. Shulgin

Contents
1. Introduction
1.1 Definition of Psychotomimetic
1.2 Qualitative Differences
1.3 Quantitative Differences
1.4 Sources of Information
1.5 Classes to Be Considered
2. The Phenethylamines
2.1 Variations of Ring Substitution
2.2 Nitrogen-Substituted Phenethylamines
3. The Phenylisopropylamines
3.1 Methoxylated Phenylisopropylamines
3.2 Methylenedioxyphenylisopropylamines
3.3 Alkoxyphenylisopropylamines
3.4 Alkylphenylisopropylamines
3.5 Halo- or Sulfur-Substituted Phenylisopropylamines
4. References


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Amphetamines: Structure-Activity Relationships
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2004, 02:43:00 AM »
Handbook of Psychopharmacology, Volume 11: Stimulants
Edited by Leslie L. Iversen Susan D. Iversen and Solomon H. Snyder
Plenum Press,  New York (1978)

Chapter 1: Amphetamines: Structure-Activity Relationships

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By J. H. Biel and B. A. Bopp

Contents
1. Introduction
2. Effects of Biogenic Amines
2.1 Norepinephrine
2.2 Dopamine
2.3 Serotonin
3. Central Stimulatory Effects
3.1 Phenethylamine Derivatives
3.2 Structurally Modified Phenethylamine Derivatives
3.3 Pemoline
4. Anorexic Effects
5. Inhibition of Monoamine Oxidase
6. Psychotomimetic Effects
7. Summary
8. References


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Shulgin: Chemistry of Psychotomimetics
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Chemistry of Psychotomimetics
Alexander T. Shulgin

Handbook of Psychopharmacology, Vol 55, Part III, Chapter 1, pp. 3-29 (1982)

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Contents

A. Introduction
I. Terminology
II. Methods of Assay
III. Classification
B. Psychotomimetics Structurally Related to Serotonin
I. Indoles
1. Nitrogen-Substituted Tryptamine Derivatives
2. Ring-Substituted Tryptamine Derivatives

II. Beta-Carbolines
III. Ergot-Related Drugs
1. Synthetic Lysergic Acid Derivatives
2. Natural Lysergic Acid Derivatives

C. Psychotomimetics Structurally Related to Dopamine
I. Phenethylamines
II. Phenylisopropylamines
D. Psychotomimetics Structurally Related to Acetylcholine: Atropine-Related Drugs
E. Miscellaneous Psychotomimetics
I. Ibotenic Acid
II. Dissociative Anaesthetics
III. Ibogaine
IV. Kavakava
V. Marijuana
References