Thiopropamine (TPA) has a very similar structure to Methiopropamine (MPA)
Thiopropamine is likely to be metabolized into active 4-hydroxymethiopropamine and thiophene S-oxides. These are further deaminated by CYP2C in liver transforming them into inactive 1-(Thiophen-2-yl)-2-propan-2-one which is a phenylacetone derivative. Propan-2-amines are not metabolized by monoamine oxidases and most actually behave as competitive monoamine oxidase inhibitors.
It is rather new, so there is little to no published information about its effects, despite the fact that its synthesis dates back to 1942.
The health risks associated with this chemical are still unknown because it has been largely ignored by the pharmaceutical industry thus far so if you are intending to purchase this chemical for any form of in vivo reserach think again
This product is sold only for research uses in laboratory settings. Those who work with it are advised to wear the appropriate safety gear and follow standard safety protocols while handling it.
Strictly not for human consumption if consumed seek immediate medical assistance
|Details||Systematic (IUPAC) name
DE: Anlage I Controlled
PubChem CID 6484133
ChemSpider 4984575 Yes
ChEMBL CHEMBL95500 Yes
Molar mass 141.233 g/mol
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