noun Etymology: N-allyl + hydroxy- + -one Date: 1964 a synthetic potent antagonist C19H21NO4 of narcotic drugs and especially morphine that is administered especially in the form of its hydrochloride

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  • naloxone — na·lo·xó·ne s.m. TS farm. sostanza antagonista degli stupefacenti naturali e di sintesi, priva di effetti analoghi a quelli della morfina, usata nelle intossicazioni acute da oppiacei {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: sec. XX. ETIMO: nome commerciale …   Dizionario italiano

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