Meta-hlorofenilpiperazin

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meta-Hlorofenilpiperazin
(IUPAC) ime
1-(3-hlorofenil)piperazin
Klinički podaci
Identifikatori
CAS broj 6640-24-0
ATC kod nije dodeljen
PubChem[1][2] 1355
ChemSpider[3] 1314
ChEBI CHEBI:10588 YesY
ChEMBL[4] CHEMBL478 YesY
Hemijski podaci
Formula C10H13ClN2 
Mol. masa 196,676 g/mol
SMILES eMolekuli & PubHem
Farmakokinetički podaci
Metabolizam Hepatic
Poluvreme eliminacije 2-6 sata
Izlučivanje Renalno
Farmakoinformacioni podaci
Trudnoća  ?
Pravni status
Način primene Oralno, nazalno, rektalno

meta-Hlorofenilpiperazin (mCPP) je psihoaktivni lek iz fenilpiperazinske klase. On je razvijen krajem 1970-tih i korišten je u naučnim istraživanjima, pre nego što je postao dezijnirana droga sredinom 2000-tih.[5][6] mCPP je detektovan u pilulama koje su reklamirane kao legalne alternative za nedopuštne stimulanse u Novom Zelandu i u pilulama koje su prodavane kao "ekstazi" u Evropi i Sjedinjenim Državama.[7][8]

Uprkos pokušaja da se uvede u upotrebu kao rekreaciona supstanca, mCPP se zapravo generalno smatra nepoželjnim jer proizvodi neprijatna iskustva.[7] Njemu nedostaju potkrepljujući efekti,[9] proizvodi depresivne i anksiogene efekte kod glodara i ljudi,[10][11] i može da indukuje panične napade kod osoba koje su im podložne.[12][13][14][15] On takođe pogoršava opsesivno-kompulzivne simptome kod ljudi sa tim poremećajem.[16][17][18]

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