critical review report: fub-amb (mmb-fubinaca, amb-fubinaca)

  • critical review report: fub-amb (mmb-fubinaca, amb-fubinaca)

    Critical Review Report: FUB-AMB (MMB-FUBINACA, AMB-FUBINACA)

    Critical Review Report: FUB-AMB (MMB-FUBINACA, AMB-FUBINACA) Expert Committee on Drug Dependence Forty-first Meeting Geneva, 12-16 November 2018 This report contains the views of an international group of experts, and does not necessarily represent the decisions or the stated policy of the World Health Organization

  • an outbreak of deaths associated with amb-fubinaca

    An outbreak of deaths associated with AMB-FUBINACA

    AMB-FUBINACA is a synthetic cannabinoid that has been associated with periodic outbreaks of acute poisonings, but few fatalities. In late May, June and July 2017 Auckland, New Zealand, experienced an outbreak of deaths associated with AMB-FUBINACA that continued at a rate of about 2–3 per month through February 2019.

  • amb-fubinaca & other synthetic cannabinoids – backgrounder

    AMB-FUBINACA & Other Synthetic Cannabinoids – Backgrounder

    The drug AMB-FUBINACA (methyl 2-(1-(4-fluorobenzyl)-1H-indazole-3-carboxamido)-3-methylbutanoate), is a synthetic cannabinoid, commonly known as “K2”, “spice”, “kronic” or “fake weed”. It was first synthesized by Pfizer in 2009, along with numerous other related compounds. It is also known as FUB-AMB and MMB-FUBINACA.

  • “zombie” outbreak caused by the synthetic cannabinoid amb

    “Zombie” Outbreak Caused by the Synthetic Cannabinoid AMB

    The synthetic cannabinoid methyl 2-(1-(4-fluorobenzyl)-1H-indazole-3-carboxamido)-3-methylbutanoate (AMB-FUBINACA, also known as MMB-FUBINACA or FUB-AMB) was identified in AK-47 24 Karat Gold at a

  • the phenomenon of para-fluorophenylpiperazine (pfpp)

    The phenomenon of para-Fluorophenylpiperazine (pFPP)

    World Health OrganizationCritical Review Report: FUB-AMB (MMB-FUBINACA, AMB-FUBINACA) Expert Committee on Drug Dependence, Forty-first meeting, Geneva (2018) 12–16 November

  • (pdf) "zombie" outbreak caused by the synthetic cannabinoid

    (PDF) "zombie" outbreak caused by the synthetic cannabinoid

    3-methylbuta noate (AMB-FUBINACA, also know n as MMB-FUBINACA or FUB-AMB) was identif ied i n AK-47 2 4 Karat Gold at a mean (±SD) concentration of 16.0±3.9 mg per gram.

  • an outbreak of deaths associated with amb-fubinaca

    An outbreak of deaths associated with AMB-FUBINACA

    Background. AMB-FUBINACA is a synthetic cannabinoid that has been associated with periodic outbreaks of acute poisonings, but few fatalities. In late May, June and July 2017 Auckland, New Zealand, experienced an outbreak of deaths associated with AMB-FUBINACA that continued at a rate of about 2–3 per month through February 2019.

  • comprehensive investigation on synthetic cannabinoids

    Comprehensive investigation on synthetic cannabinoids

    RESULTS The synthetic cannabinoid methyl 2-(1-(4-fluorobenzyl)-1H-indazole-3-carboxamido)-3-methylbutanoate (AMB-FUBINACA, also known as MMB-FUBINACA or FUB-AMB) was identified in AK-47 24 Karat

  • the contributor | fda requests public commentary on proposed

    The Contributor | FDA Requests Public Commentary on Proposed

    FUB-AMB (MMB-FUBINACA, AMB-FUBINACA) ADB-CHMINACA. CUMYL-4CN-BINACA. FENTANYLS. Cyclopropyl Fentanyl. Methoxyacetyl Fentanyl. Ortho-Fluorofentanyl. Para- Fluoro Butyrfentanyl. Para-Methoxybutyrfentanyl (METH)CATHINONE. N-Ethylnorpentylone. MEDICINES. Tramadol. Pregabalin

  • alston & bird healthcare week in review - march 2020 #4

    Alston & Bird Healthcare Week in Review - March 2020 #4

    The DEA places methyl 2-(1-(4- fluorobenzyl)-1H-indazole-3-carboxamido)-3-methylbutanoate (other names: FUBAMB, MMB-FUBINACA, AMB-FUBINACA), including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers

  • scheduling recommendations by the world health i

    scheduling recommendations by the World Health I

    FUB-AMB (MMB-FUBINACA, AMB-FUBINACA), CUMYL-4CN-BINACA, ADB-CHMINACA (MAB-CHMINACA) and N-ethylnorpentylone (ephylone) in Schedule II of that Convention. 2. In accordance with the provisions of article 3, paragraph 2, of the 1961 Convention, and article 2, paragraph 2, of the 1971 Convention, the Secretary-General

  • brain sciences | free full-text | potential mechanisms

    Brain Sciences | Free Full-Text | Potential Mechanisms

    The chief psychoactive constituent of many bioactive phytocannabinoids (Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Δ9-THC) found in hemp, cannabis or marijuana plants are scientifically denoted by the Latin term, Cannabis sativa, acts on cell surface receptors. These receptors are ubiquitously expressed. To date, two cannabinoid receptors have been cloned and characterized. Cannabinoid receptor type