Active Ingredient History

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Methbarbital is a barbiturate anticonvulsant, discovered by Merck in 1905. It was introduced to market for treatment of epolepsy by Abbott in 1952, and discontinued in 1990.   NCATS

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2,4,6(1h,3h,5h)-pyrimidinetrione, 5,5-diethyl-1-methyl- | endiemal | gemonil | metabarbital | metarbital | methabarbitone | metharbital | metharbitalum | metharbitone | methobarbitone | methylbarbital | n-methylbarbital


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