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Aporphines. 30. (-)-N(2-chloroethyl)-10,11-dihydroxynor-aporphine (chloroethylnorapomorphine), a novel irreversible dopamine receptor antagonist.

Neumeyer JL, Law SJ, Baldessarini RJ, Kula NS. Aporphines. 30. (-)-N(2-chloroethyl)-10,11-dihydroxynor-aporphine (chloroethylnorapomorphine), a novel irreversible dopamine receptor antagonist. J Med Chem. 1980 Jun; 23(6):594-5.

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