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TTD Drug ID: DAP000673

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SynonymsMilprem-200; Prequil; Appetrol-Sr; Lepenil; Sedoselecta; component of Milprem; Cirpon; Sowell; PMB-200; Meprosin; Meprodiol; Tranquinol; Ayermate; Margonil; Meprosan; ZINC01530701; Placidon; Q-Gesic; Quietidon; Procalmadiol; Meprobamate and Aspirin Tablets; Apo-Meprobamate; Ecuanil; Arcoban; Perquietil; Meprospan-200; Larten; Meprocon CMC; Epicur; Meprin (VAN); Meprobamat; Letyl; Metractyl; Erina; Ansil; Pertranquil; Perequil; component of Equalysen; Pensive; Diron; Mepamtin; Miltown; Calmadin; DEA No. 2820; Ataraxine; Meproten; Miltown 600; component of PMB-400; Meproleaf; Mepranil; NCGC00091031-01; Quaname; Bamo 400; Shalvaton; Procalmadol; Probamato; Amosene; M2392_SIGMA; Ansietan; Neo-Tran; Biobamat; Edenal; AC1L1HC1; Fas-Cile; Anastress; Aneusral; Tensonal; Tensol; Pan-tranquil; Stensolo; Nephentine; Gadexyl; Meprotanum; Spantran; Brobamate; Libiolan; WLN: ZVO1X3&1&1OVZ; Reostral; Ipsotian; Kessobamate; Andaksin; Oasil; Meprocon; Protran; Ayeramate; Meprotil; Orolevol; Wyseals; Diurnaldiverondormabrol; Miltaun; Meprospan; Procarbamide; Dormabrol; Optarket; Perequietil; Selene; Quanil; Trancot; Meprol; Anathylmon; Orlevol; Sedanyl; EINECS 200-337-5; Micrainin; Equanil suspension; Lepetown; Tamate; Cap-O-Tran; Sedanil; BRN 1788882; Tranquiline; 1,3-Propanediol, 2-methyl-2-propyl-, dicarbamate; AKOS003617983; 2-Metil-2-n-propil-1,3-propanediol dicarbamato [Spanish]; Miltuan; Restenyl; MolPort-001-783-402; Panediol; Mepriam; Equanil; Meprobamatum [INN-Latin]; Carbamic acid 2-methyl-2-propyltrimethylene ester; Dapaz; Nervonus; Meprobamate (JAN/USP/INN); Tranquilsan; Restinal; 2-Methyl-2-propyl-1,3-propanediol dicarbamate; Meprotan; 2-Methyl-2-n-propyl-1,3-propanediol dicarbamate; Meptran; Equazine-M; meprobamate; Meprobamato [Italian]; 2-[(carbamoyloxy)methyl]-2-methylpentyl carbamate; Aneurol; Seril; Mendel; Anxietil; Aneuxal; Estasil; Harmonin; Calmiren; 2,2-Di(carbamoyloxymethyl)pentane; Restinil; Tranmep; Meproban; Mar-Bate; Dicandiol; Epikur; Miltamato; Arpon; I14-2779; Carbaxin; Meprin; Restenil; Meptranactylmilprem; Wardamate; Aneural; 57-53-4; Placitate; Equinil; Miltwon; Proquanil; [2-(carbamoyloxymethyl)-2-methylpentyl] carbamate; Meprobamato; Promato; Tranquilate; Mepro-Aspirin; Pimal; Misedant; PMB 400; Biobamate; Gagexyl; 2-Methyl-2-propyltrimethylene carbamate; Sedabamate; Morbam; Appetrol; Cyrpon; CHEMBL979; Sadanyl; component of Milpath; Meprovanmeprozine; Quanane; Meprodil; Multaun; 1,3-Propanediol, 2-methyl-2-propyl-, 1,3-dicarbamate; NSC30418; Meprobamatum; Tranquilax; Sedoquil; Milpath; Scolazil; Coprobate; Enorden; Apasil; Atraxin; Procalmidol; Miltann; component of Bamadex; Fas-Cile 200; Equilium; Sedazil; Meprovan; Pankalma; Meprozine; Klort; C9H18N2O4; Meprosa; AC1Q2UIX; UNII-9I7LNY769Q; Pancalma; Meprocompren; Milprem-400; Holbamate; Hartol; Bamd 400; Paxin; My-trans; Tranquiline (Intra); Trelmar; Anzil; Tranlisant; Equitar; Probate; Cirponyl; Milprem; 2-Methyl-2-propylpropane-1,3-diol dicarbamate; Ansiowas; Mepro-analgesic; LS-120649; Meprindon; Bamate; D00376; Meprobam; Meprobamato [INN-Spanish]; Robamate; Apascil; Meprotabs; Cypron; Miltown (TN); Promate; Meprobamic acid; Tranquilan; 3P Bamate; Deprol; Equatrate; HSDB 3117; Mepavlon; Canquil-400; Despasmol; Meposed; Vio-Bamate; Meprobamat [German]; Probamyl; Amepromat; {2-[(carbamoyloxy)methyl]-2-methylpentyl} carbamate; Anatimon; Calmax; Meprobamate [USAN:INN:BAN:JAN]; Vistabamate; SK-Bamate; Diurnal; PMB 200; Equanil (TN); component of Miltrate; Kesso-Bamate; Ansiatan; Anural; Artolon; Auxietil; PMB-400; DB00371; M2392_FLUKA; Canquil 400; Urbil; component of Appetrol; Mepiosine; Diveron; Aneuxral; Quivet; Crestanil; CID4064; Solevione anastress; Neuramate; Setran; Zirpon; Pathibamate; Meprospan-400; Andaxin; Carbamic acid, 2-methyl-2-propyltrimethylene ester; Urbilat; Trankvilan; 2-Metil-2-n-propil-1,3-propanediol dicarbamato; Metranquil; Mepantin; Rastenil
Trade NameMiltown; Equanil; Meprospan
CompanyWyeth Pharmaceuticals
IndicationAnxiety disorder
[ICD9: 300   ICD10: F40-F42]
Approved    [1]

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Canonical SMILESCCCC(C)(COC(=O)N)COC(=O)N    
Therapeutic ClassAnti-anxiety Agents
CAS NumberCAS 57-53-4
PubChem Compound IDCID 4064.
PubChem Substance IDSID 89640.
SuperDrug ATC IDN05BC01
SuperDrug CAS ID000057534;
TargetGamma-aminobutyric acid receptor subunit alpha-1Antagonist[2]
Ref 1FDA Approved Drug Products from FDA Official Website. 2009. Application Number: (ANDA) 040797 To Reference
Ref 2DrugBank: a knowledgebase for drugs, drug actions and drug targets. Nucleic Acids Res. 2008 Jan;36(Database issue):D901-6. Epub 2007 Nov 29. To Reference


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