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D-Amphetamine hemisulfate salt

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(+)-α-Methylphenethylamine hemisulfate salt, Dextroamphetamine hemisulfate salt
Empirical Formula (Hill Notation):
C9H13N · 0.5 H2SO4
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drug control

USDEA Schedule II; Home Office Schedule 2; stupéfiant (France); kontrollierte Droge in Deutschland; regulated under CDSA - not available from Sigma-Aldrich Canada


H2O: soluble
ethanol: soluble


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Gene Information

human ... SLC18A2(6571)

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D-Amphetamine hemisulfate salt has been used in oxidative fermentative (OF) test, and exploratory test.

Biochem/physiol Actions

D-Amphetamine is an active isomer of amphetamine. It induces release of catecholamines and serotonin by displacing the monoamines from their vesicular storage sites, which blocks catecholamine reuptake.

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