Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Monday, March 1, 2010
Does anyone have information regarding the pharmacology of Gigantine, perhaps even an etymological note? Gigantine is the best sounding substance since the octopus derived Octopamine and the (not yet realized) Hamphetamine sulfate (76:24 ratio of d:l isomers (of course)). I understand Gigantine is basically an isoquinoline which makes activity very unlikely and shulgin only tested the 2,3,4 substitution pattern PEAs in TMA-3 which was found to be inactive at 100mg, not to mention the tertiary amine which will doubtlessly interfere with binding. So i would not hold high hopes for Gigantine...but then again who really Knows?