What are Deprenyl Tablets?
Deprenyl / Selegiline is known as an MAO inhibitor. It is also known as a phenethylamine. MAO inhibitors block the action of enzymes that break down neurotransmitters such as dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin.
|Molar Mass||187.281 g/mol|
|Metabolites||N-Desmethylselegiline, L-amphetamine, L-methamphetamine|
Deprenyl is metabolized by the liver through cytochrome P450 and excreted via the urine. It has a 10-hour half-life when taken orally.
Deprenyl was patented in 1962 by the Hungarian drug company Chinoin and originally called E-250. At that time, MAO Inhibitors were the subject of research for their mood-altering effects. It was surmised that Deprenyl could be used for its anti-depressant properties.
|Amount Per Tablet||5mg Selegiline Hydrochloride|
|Storage||Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight|
Note: A liquid version of Deprenyl is also available.
Deprenyl side-effects may include gastrointestinal symptoms, such as nausea, heartburn or upset stomach. Exceeding the manufacturer's recommended dose may cause hyperexcitability.
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