Indatraline: Synthesis and Effect on the Motor Activity of Wistar Rats
AbstractA new approach for the synthesis of indatraline was developed using as the key step an iodine(III)-mediated ring contraction of a 1,2-dihydronaphthalene derivative. Behavioral tests were conducted to evaluate the effect of indatraline and of its precursor indanamide on the motor activity of Wistar rats. Specific indexes for ambulation, raising and stereotypy were computed one, two and three hours after i.p. drug administration. Indatraline effects on motor activity lasted for at least three hours. On the other hand, no significant differences in motor activity were observed using indanamide. The results suggest that indatraline has a long lasting effect on motor activity and add evidence in favor of the potential use of that compound as a substitute in cocaine addiction.
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Kameyama, M.; Siqueira, F.A.; Garcia-Mijares, M.; F. Silva, Jr., L.; Silva, M.T.A. Indatraline: Synthesis and Effect on the Motor Activity of Wistar Rats. Molecules 2011, 16, 9421-9438.
Kameyama M, Siqueira FA, Garcia-Mijares M, F. Silva, Jr. L, Silva MTA. Indatraline: Synthesis and Effect on the Motor Activity of Wistar Rats. Molecules. 2011; 16(11):9421-9438.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kameyama, Márcia; Siqueira, Fernanda A.; Garcia-Mijares, Miriam; F. Silva, Jr., Luiz; Silva, Maria T. A. 2011. "Indatraline: Synthesis and Effect on the Motor Activity of Wistar Rats." Molecules 16, no. 11: 9421-9438.