Formulation: A crystalline solid
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Pyrovalerone is a psychoactive compound with stimulatory effects. It is a controlled drug that has been found as a contaminant in products sold as bath salts.1 Naphyrone (hydrochloride) is an analog of pyrovalerone that is characterized by the substitution of the methylphenyl group of pyrovalerone with a naphthyl group. Naphyrone potently inhibits dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine transporters (IC50 = 20, 33, and 136 nM, respectively).2 Naphyrone, like pyrovalerone, has been detected in bath salt-
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