3,14-Diacetyloxymorphone

3,14-Diacetyloxymorphone is an opioid analgesic which has never been marketed.wikipedia
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Opioid

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3,14-Diacetyloxymorphone is an opioid analgesic which has never been marketed.

Analgesic

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3,14-Diacetyloxymorphone is an opioid analgesic which has never been marketed.

Acetyl group

acetylAcacetylate
It is an acetyl derivative of oxymorphone.

Derivative (chemistry)

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It is an acetyl derivative of oxymorphone.

Oxymorphone

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It is an acetyl derivative of oxymorphone.

Hydromorphone

DilaudidPalladonedihydromorphinone
Each of the acetyl esters of oxymorphone has a hydromorphone analogue, and these were all developed around the same time (1915-1930) in Austria and Germany.

Hydromorphinol

Like all or most of the direct morphine derivatives, halogenated derivatives of these drugs and their hydromorphone and hydromorphinol analogues were synthesized in the 1930s when both the esters and the halogenated morphine derivatives were being developed, including one given as 1,2-iodo-3,6,14-triacetyl-6ɑ-14β-hydroxydihydromorphinone in a footnote to a 1948 German medical journal article about the esters of morphine.

Acetylmorphone

3,6-Diacetyloxymorphone is a third acetylated oxymorphone derivative, the oxymorphone analogue of acetylmorphone and expected to be intermediate in strength betwixt the two aforementioned drugs.

Acetylpropionylmorphine

Therefore, all or most of this group and its hydromorphone analogues along with some others more closely related to heroin such as acetylpropionylmorphine were the first designer drugs in the 1920s.

Designer drug

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Therefore, all or most of this group and its hydromorphone analogues along with some others more closely related to heroin such as acetylpropionylmorphine were the first designer drugs in the 1920s.

Thebacon

acetyldihydrocodeinone
It is also a close structural relative of 3,14-diacetyloxymorphone.