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Vol. 16, Art. 4 (pp. 26-57)    |    2015       
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Toxicological characterization of designer drugs
Golovko A.I., Barinov V.A., Bonitenko E.Y., Zatsepin E.P., Ivanov M.B., Nosov A.V., Shestova G.V.

Institute of Toxicology of Federal Medico-Biological Agency



Brief summary

Designer drugs are a large group of psychoactive substances of synthetic origin, which are developed and implemented in trafficking with the to evade drug legislation. The main problems of toxicokinetic and toxicodynamic synthetic cannabinoids, tryptamines, phenylethylamines and synthetic cathinones are discussed.


Key words

designer drugs, synthetic cannabinoids, tryptamines, phenylethylamines, synthetic cathinones, toxicokinetic, toxicodynamic.





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