(R)-(-)-Deprenyl hydrochloride

Discontinued Product

(R)-(-)-Deprenyl hydrochloride (Cat. No. 1095) has been withdrawn from sale for commercial reasons.
Description: MAO-B inhibitor
Alternative Names: Selegiline
Chemical Name: (R)-(-)-N-α-Dimethyl-N-2-propynylbenzeneethanamine hydrochloride
Purity: ≥99% (HPLC)
Literature (3)

Biological Activity for (R)-(-)-Deprenyl hydrochloride

(R)-(-)-Deprenyl hydrochloride is a selective inhibitor of monoamine oxidase B (MAO-B).

Technical Data for (R)-(-)-Deprenyl hydrochloride

M. Wt 223.74
Formula C13H17N.HCl
Storage Store at RT
Purity ≥99% (HPLC)
CAS Number 14611-52-0
PubChem ID 26758
Smiles C#CCN(C)[C@H](C)CC1=CC=CC=C1.Cl

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References for (R)-(-)-Deprenyl hydrochloride

References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.

Gerlach et al (1992) The molecular pharmacology of L-deprenyl. Eur.J.Pharmacol. 226 97 PMID: 1639115

Kaseda et al (1999) Effect of selegeline on DA concentration in the striatum of a primate. Brain Res. 815 44 PMID: 9974121

Kotake et al (1998) Deprenyl decreases an endogenous parkinsonism-inducing compound, 1-benzyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline in mice: in vivo and in vitro studies. Brain Res. 787 341 PMID: 9518683

Mercuri et al (1998) Modification of lev. responses by deprenyl (selegiline): an electrophysiological and behavioural study in the rat relevant to Parkinson's disease. Ann.Neurol. 43 613 PMID: 9585355

Merck Index 12 8569

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