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Alpha-ethyltryptamine chemical structure
Alpha-ethyltryptamine

1-(1H-indol-3-yl)butan-2-amine
IUPAC name
CAS number
2235-90-7
ATC code

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PubChem
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DrugBank
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Chemical formula {{{chemical_formula}}}
Molecular weight 188.27 g/mol
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alpha-Ethyltryptamine (Etryptamine, α-ethyltryptamine, α-ET, or AET), is a psychoactive drug belonging to the tryptamine family. It was explored as an anti-depressant by Upjohn Chemical Company under the name Monase, but was withdrawn from commercial use after a year due to the unacceptable occurence of agranulocytosis. It was moved into US Schedule I list of illegal substances in 1993. It is structurally related to α-methyltryptamine but its pharmacological effects are very different. α-ET is not a hallucinogenic drug, its effects resemble more that of the empathogen-entactogens like MDMA (Ecstasy). Alexander Shulgin, in TiHKAL, mentions that this compound has been used to alleviate unpleasant symptoms of opiate withdrawal.

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75-150 mg is commonly consumed orally for entactogenic effects. α-ET has a stereocenter and S-(+)-α-ET is the more active stereoisomer.

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4-Acetoxy-DET | 4-Acetoxy-DIPT | 5-MeO-α-ET | 5-MeO-α-MT | 5-MeO-DALT | 5-MeO-DET | 5-MeO-DIPT | 5-MeO-DMT | 5-MeO-DPT | 5-MeO-MIPT | α-ET | α-MT | Baeocystin | Bufotenin | DET | DIPT | DMT | DPT | EIPT | Ethocin | Ibogaine | Iprocin | MET | MIPT | Miprocin | Melatonin | NMT | Norbaeocystin | Psilocin | Psilocybin | Rizatriptan | Serotonin | Sumatriptan | Tryptamine | Tryptophan
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