nikethamide


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nikethamide

(nɪˈkɛθəˌmaɪd)
n
(Pharmacology) pharmacol a stimulant derived from nicotinic acid, primarily affecting the respiratory system and formerly used to counteract tranquilizer overdoses. Also called: nicotinic acid diethylamide
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Nicotine-selective polyiacrylamide/ maleic acid) hydrogels prepared by [gamma]-irradiation were used in experiments on swelling, diffusion, and interactions of the pharmaceuticals nicotine, nicotinic acid, nicotinamide, and nikethamide.
Martina Hingis was banned for two years in 2008 after testing positive for cocaine and Marin Cilic for four months in 2013 for using nikethamide.
A year ago, Nishikori had crashed out in the first round to Britain's Dan Evans while Cilic was serving a suspension after taking banned stimulant Nikethamide.
e most important part for me was that I found some mental toughness out of all that," said Cilic of his comeback after his ban for taking outlawed stimulant nikethamide.
In May, Marin Cilic tested positive for the banned stimulant nikethamide and was suspended for nine months even though he claimed it was unintentionally ingested via glucose tablets which are widely available.
Cilic, 25, a former Australian Open semi-finalist, tested positive for banned supplement nikethamide in April, the report further said.
Cilic served a four-month suspension after testing for banned stimulant nikethamide at the Munich Open in May.
Cilic served a four-month ban, reduced from nine months by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, after testing positive for the stimulant nikethamide at the BMW Open in Munich in May.
Cilic tested positive for the stimulant nikethamide at the Munich Open in May.
The Croatian's doping violation came when he tested positive for nikethamide - a stimulant - at the BMW Open in Munich in May.
Edwards, 30, missed the 2004 Olympics and the 2005 season after she was suspended for 15 months for testing positive for the stimulant nikethamide.
Stimulants: Amphetamine, cocaine, ephedrine, methamphetamine, modafinal, nikethamide, strychnine