Active Ingredient History

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Mazindol is an amphetamine-like medicine which was developed by Sandoz in 1967 and approved by FDA for the treatment of obesity and Duchenne muscular dystrophy under the names Sanorex and Mazanor. The exact mechanism of action is unknown, but possibly involves the stimulation of beta-adrenergic receptors and inhibition of monoamine reuptake. Both Sanorex and Mazanor were withdrawn from the market by reason other than safety. NLS Pharma now is developing mazindol for Attention Hyperactivity Disorder in adults (phase II).   NCATS

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42-548 | mazanor | mazildene | mazindol | mazindolo | mazindolum | sanorex | teronac


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