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    Caffeine analogs

    Caffeine Analogs

    Many are stronger then caffeine (1,3-Dipropyl 7-Proparagyl Xanthine is 100 times stronger). Many have stronger effects on A2 then A1 adenosine receptors compared to caffeine. I heard once that antagonizes one of the adenosine receptors caused restlessness and antagonizing the other one caused more desireable stimulation - anyone know which is which? If A2 is better the more selective analogs would likely have cleaner effects than caffeine.

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    Well, I guess this is a reference to the article I posted on erowid, since you replicated my spelling error in the name of the compound

    I've recently posted about this again in my livejournal, at http://acpizza.livejournal.com/421325.html

 

 

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