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|Molar mass||260.184 g/mol g·mol−1|
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Perzinfotel (EAA-090) is a drug which acts as a potent NMDA antagonist. It has neuroprotective effects and has been investigated for the treatment of stroke, but lacks analgesic effects. Nevertheless, it shows a good safety profile compared to older drugs, although further development of this drug has been discontinued.
Prodrugs were developed since the oral bioavailability of perzinfotel is only around 3-5%.
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