5-fluoro MN-18

Name5-fluoro MN-18
Formal Name1-(5-fluoropentyl)-N-1-naphthalenyl-1H-indazole-3-carboxamide
SMILESO=C(Nc2cccc1ccccc12)c4nn(CCCCCF)c3ccccc34
InChI KeyXBSWUIWDRFCAGZ-UHFFFAOYAH
InChI CodeinChI=1/C23H22FN3O/c24-15-6-1-7-16-27-21-14-5-4-12-19(21)22(26-27)23(28)25-20-13-8-10-17-9-2-3-11-18(17)20/h2-5,8-14H,1,6-7,15-16H2,(H,25,28)
Description5-fluoro MN-18 is a synthetic cannabinoid modeled after the potent cannabinoid agonist AM2201 (Ki = 1.0nM for CB1, 2.6nM for CB2). in that the indole ring of AM2201 has been replaced with an indazole moiety, and the acyl naphthyl group at the 3 position of the indole has been replaced with a 1-aminonaphthylcarboxamide group. 5-fluoro MN-18 began appearing on illicit drug sites during the summer of 2013. Although the physiological and toxicological properties of this compound have not yet been reported, other indazole-based cannabinoid agonists with reported binding affinities such as AKB48 have been detected in herbal smoking mixtures.

Status

Verified
Submitted2015-10-01
Submitted ByCayman Chemical
Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Headquarters Laboratory – Decatur, GA
Published2015-11-16
ContactPaul D. Kennedy, PhD. at Cayman Chemical
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