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Xylopropamine was developed as an appetite suppressant in the 1950s and briefly sold as the sulphate salt, but it was not widely marketed. Other related amphetamine derivatives such as 2,4-dimethylamphetamine were also investigated for the same purpose, however these drugs had negative side effects such as high blood pressure and were not very successful, mainly due to the introduction of alternative drugs such as phentermine which had similar efficacy but less side effects.
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