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WIN 25,978 / Amfonelic acid
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WIN 25,978 / Amfonelic acid
IUPAC-Name: 1-ethyl-4-oxo-7-(phenylmethyl)-1,8-naphthyridine-3-carboxylic

CAS#: 15180-02-6

Just today saw this in stock on my most reliable vendors list. Im curious if anyone has tried this chemical or has any info regarding its research potential.
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#2
Some info in the original post from 2014;

https://www.ukchemicalresearch.org/Threa...nelic+acid
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#3
It's an anti-biotic. Please be sensible and don't use it.
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#4
Its also extremely expensive just to manufacture so if its anything less than I'd say £80+ per gram it wont be legit or will be cut/impure
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#5
When it first appeared on very reliable US RC/nootropic sites (think powercity etc), it was $40/g.

Got good reviews and someone decided to "abuse" that -> suddenly very expensive.
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#6
Antibiotic in what way? I have had very little need for many in life so far, but they were always penicillin based or related ones for those allergic to it. The wiki page doesn't seem to shed any light on its antibiotic usage.
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#7
Actually it does. Check out https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quinolone.

Amfonelic acid is the phenyl derivative of the antibiotic Nalidixic acid.
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#8
Ah, thanks. And that is as in related to quinine in tonic water?

(One Google later revealed "Quinine is also a quinolone, but it does not have clinically useful antibacterial properties.")
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#9
They're structurally not really related, no.
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#10
Well its 120 pounds for 1g and 40pounds for 250mg now
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