nialamide


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nialamide

(naɪˈæləˌmaɪd)
n
(Pharmacology) pharmacol an early MAOI antidepressant drug with chemical formula C16H18N4O2
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Repigmentation in segmental vitiligo following administration of nialamide, an oral MAO inhibitor that inhibits catecholamines.
Investigations into [beta]-glucuronidase inhibitors are in progress, some involving a synthetic compound in the experimental stage [47, 48] and others involving known drugs used to treat depression, such as nialamide, phenelzine, and amoxapine [49, 50].
Irreversible MAO inhibitors include phenelzine, tranylcypromine, isocarboxazid, hypericin, and nialamide, all of which are non-specific.