Researchers looking for a reliable and proven reagent from the stimulant family would be wise to consider methiopropamine (MPA). This product was first synthesized in the 1940’s and has been on the market consistently for several years, drawing a lot of attention because of its structural similarity with methamphetamine. The main difference between the two substances is that methiopropamine contains a thiophene ring instead of a benzene ring, and doesn’t belong to either phenetylamine or amphetamine family, both of which are mostly restricted and thus off the table for researchers.
Basic pharmacological profile of the substance is relatively well understood and it includes strong antagonistic behavior on dopamine and norepinephrine receptors, with nearly 2 times greater affinity for norepinephrine. Impact on serotonin receptors is minimal, which gives it a pharmacological profile similar to stimulants such as dextroamphetamine. Available for delivery in the form of white powder, methiopropamine is very practical for storage and handling, although it must be kept in sterile and safe conditions to retain its chemical properties.
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