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Re: deprenyl, l-deprenyl, selegine, jumex..difference?

Posted by Adam on November 10, 1999, at 19:38:09

In reply to deprenyl, l-deprenyl, selegine, jumex..difference?, posted by jamie on November 10, 1999, at 18:45:02

> I see so many different names for selegiline. I thought I heard somewhere they are all basically the same but different in some ways. Is deprenyl, l-deprenyl, selegiline, jumex all the exact same thing? Or are they somehow different variations?

All are the exact same thing. There may be generic selegiline vs. name brand (Eldepryl), but it's all selegiline.
There is, of course, D-deprenyl, but it's not found in any appreciable amount in the marketed drug.




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