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Phenyltoloxamine is an ethanolamine derivative with antihistaminic property, which is used in combination with some analgesics for the temporary relief of minor aches and pains associated with headache; backache; muscular aches; temporarily reduces fever and some others disorders. Phenyltoloxamine blocks H1 histamine receptor, thereby inhibiting phospholipase A2 and production of endothelium-derived relaxing factor, nitric oxide. Subsequent lack of activation of guanylyl cyclase through nitric oxide results in decreased cyclic GMP levels, thereby inhibiting smooth muscle constriction of various tissues, decreasing capillary permeability and decreasing other histamine-activated allergic reactions.   NCATS

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n,n-dimethyl-2-(alpha-phenyl-o-tolyloxy)ethylamine | phenoxadrin | phenoxadrine | phentoloxamine | phenyltoloxamine | phenyltoloxamine citrate | phenyltoloxamine dihydrogen citrate | phenyltoloxamine hcl | phenyltoloxamine hydrochloride | phenyltoxamine


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