Urinary Excretion of Methylamphetamine in Man

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IT has been reported that, after the administration of N-methylamphetamine in man, substantial amounts of the unchanged drug and some amphetamine are excreted in the urine1, but detailed results have not been presented.

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BECKETT, A., ROWLAND, M. Urinary Excretion of Methylamphetamine in Man. Nature 206, 1260–1261 (1965) doi:10.1038/2061260a0

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