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List Of Opioids

Opium poppy (Papaver somniferum) flower

This is a list of opioids, opioid antagonists and inverse agonists.

Opium and poppy straw derivatives

Seedhead of opium poppy with white latex

Crude opiate extracts whole opium products

Polish heroin (Compote, Kompot) • Diascordium • B&O Supprettes • Dover's powder • Kendal Black Drop • Laudanum • Mithridate • Opium • Paregoric • Poppy straw concentrate • Poppy tea • Smoking opium • Theriac

Natural opiates

Opium alkaloids

Codeine • Morphine • Oripavine • Pseudomorphine •

Thebaine

Alkaloid salts mixtures

Pantopon • Papaveretum (Omnopon) • Tetrapon

Semisynthetics including Bentley compounds

Morphine family

14-Hydroxymorphine [1]• 2,4-Dinitrophenylmorphine • 6-Methyldihydromorphine [2]• 6-Methylenedihydrodesoxymorphine • 6-Acetyldihydromorphine [3]• Azidomorphine • Chlornaltrexamine • Chloroxymorphamine [4]• Desomorphine (dihydrodesoxymorphine) • Dihydromorphine • Ethyldihydromorphine [5]• Hydromorphinol • Methyldesorphine • Morphine methylbromide • N-Phenethylnordesomorphine • N-Phenethylnormorphine • 6-Nicotinoyldihydromorphine (metabolite of nicodicodeine) •

RAM-378

3,6-diesters of morphine

Acetylpropionylmorphine • 3,6-Dibutanoylmorphine • Diacetyldihydromorphine (dihydroheroin, acetylmorphinol) • Dibutyrylmorphine [6]• Dibenzoylmorphine (first designer drug)  • Diformylmorphine • Dipropanoylmorphine • Heroin (diacetylmorphine) •

Nicomorphine •

Codeine-dionine family

6-Monoacetylcodeine • Benzylmorphine • Codeine methylbromide • Desocodeine [7]• Dimethylmorphine (6-O-Methylcodeine) [8]• Ethyldihydromorphine [9]• Methyldihydromorphine (dihydroheterocodeine) • Ethylmorphine (dionine) • Heterocodeine • Isocodeine [10]• Pholcodine (morpholinylethylmorphine) • Myrophine • Nalodeine (N-allyl-norcodeine) [11]•

Transisocodeine [12]

Morphinones and morphols

14-Cinnamoyloxycodeinone • 14-Ethoxymetopon • 14-Methoxymetopon • 14-Phenylpropoxymetopon • 3-Acetyloxymorphone • 3,14-Diacetyloxymorphone • 7-Spiroindanyloxymorphone • 8,14-Dihydroxydihydromorphinone [13]• Acetylcodone [14] • Acetylmorphone • α-hydrocodol  (=Dihydrocodeine, )• Bromoisopropropyldihydromorphinone cas?• Codeinone • Codol (= Codeine Phosphate [15], )• Codoxime • Conorfone (codorphone) • IBNtxA • Thebacon (acetyldihydrocodeinone, dihydrocodeinone enol acetate) • Hydrocodone • Hydromorphone • Hydroxycodeine [16]• Metopon (=Methyldihydromorphinone)• Morphenol [17]• Morphinone • Morphol [18]• N-Phenethyl-14-ethoxymetopon • Noroxymorphone • Oxycodone • Oxymorphol • Oxymorphone • Pentamorphone •

Semorphone

Morphides

α-Chlorocodide (= Chlorocodide) [19]• β-Chlorocodide [20]• α-Chloromorphide (= Chloromorphide)• Bromocodide [21]• Bromomorphide [22]• Chlorodihydrocodide [23]• Chloromorphide •

Codide  [24]

Dihydrocodeine series

14-Hydroxydihydrocodeine • Acetyldihydrocodeine • Dihydrocodeine • Dihydrodesoxycodeine (desocodeine) • Dihydroisocodeine • Nicocodeine •

Nicodicodeine

Nitrogen morphine derivatives

1-Nitrocodeine cas? [25]• Codeine-N-oxide [26]•

Morphine-N-oxide

Hydrazones

Oxymorphazone 

Halogenated morphine derivatives

1-Bromocodeine • 1-Chlorocodeine •

1-Iodomorphine •

Active opiate metabolites

Codeine-6-glucuronide  Codeine-N-oxide (genocodeine) [27]• Heroin-7,8-oxide [28]• Morphine-6-glucuronide • 3-Monoacetylmorphine • 6-Monoacetylmorphine • Morphine-N-oxide (genomorphine) • Naltrexol [29]• Norcodeine •

Normorphine

Morphinans

Morphinan series

3-Hydroxymorphinan  4-Chlorophenylpyridomorphinan [30]• Cyclorphan • Levargorphan [31]• Levorphanol • Levophenacylmorphan • Levomethorphan • Methorphan (racemethorphan) • Morphanol (racemorphanol) • Norlevorphanol • N-Methylmorphinan [32]• Oxilorphan • Phenomorphan • Proxorphan • Ro4-1539 • Stephodeline [33] Xorphanol

Others

1-Nitroaknadinine • 14-episinomenine • 5,6-Dihydronorsalutaridine • 6-Keto Nalbuphine • Aknadinine • Butorphanol • Cephakicine • Cephasamine • Cyprodime • Drotebanol • Fenfangjine G  • Ketorfanol • Nalbuphine • Tannagine

Benzomorphans

5,9 alpha-diethyl-2-hydroxybenzomorphan (5,9-DEHB) [34]• 8-Carboxamidocyclazocine (8-CAC) • Alazocine • Anazocine [35]• Bremazocine • Butinazocine [36]• Carbazocine [37]• Cogazocine • Cyclazocine • Dezocine • Eptazocine • Etazocine [38]• Ethylketazocine [39]• Fedotozine  [40]• Fluorophen [41]• Gemazocine [42]• Ibazocine [43]• Ketazocine • Metazocine • Moxazocine  [44]• Pentazocine • Phenazocine • Quadazocine [45]• SKF-10047  Thiazocine [46]• Tonazocine • Volazocine •

Zenazocine[47]

4-Phenylpiperidines

Pethidines (meperidines)

4-Fluoropethidine • Allylnorpethidine • Anileridine • Benzethidine • Carperidine • Difenoxin • Diphenoxylate • Etoxeridine (carbetidine) • Furethidine • Hydroxypethidine (bemidone) • Morpheridine • Meperidine-N-oxide • Oxpheneridine (carbamethidine) • Pethidine (meperidine) • Pethidine intermediate A • Pethidine intermediate B (norpethidine) • Pethidine intermediate C (pethidinic acid) • Pheneridine • Phenoperidine • Piminodine • Properidine (ipropethidine) •

Sameridine

Prodines

Allylprodine • (α/β)-Meprodine • Desmethylprodine (MPPP) • PEPAP • (α/β)-Prodine • Prosidol •

Trimeperidine (promedol)

Ketobemidones

Acetoxyketobemidone • Droxypropine • Ketobemidone • Methylketobemidone •

Propylketobemidone

Others

Alvimopan • Loperamide •

Picenadol

Open chain opioids

Amidones

Dextromethadone [48]• Dipipanone • Isomethadone [49]• Levoisomethadone • Levomethadone • Methadone • Methadone intermediate [50]• Normethadone • Norpipanone [51]• Phenadoxone (heptazone) •

Pipidone (= Dipipanone Hydrochloride) (6-piperidine-4,4-diphenyl-5-methyl-hexanone-3 hydrochloride) [52]

Methadols

Acetylmethadol  Alphaacetylmethadol • Alphamethadol  Betacetylmethadol  Betamethadol  Dimepheptanol (racemethadol) • Isomethadol  Levacetylmethadol •

Noracylmethadol

Moramides

Desmethylmoramide • Dextromoramide • Levomoramide • Moramide intermediate  [53]•

Racemoramide

Thiambutenes

Diethylthiambutene • Dimethylthiambutene • Ethylmethylthiambutene • Piperidylthiambutene • Pyrrolidinylthiambutene • Thiambutene •

Tipepidine

Phenalkoxams

Dextropropoxyphene (propoxyphene) • Dimenoxadol • Dioxaphetyl butyrate • Levopropoxyphene •

Norpropoxyphene

Ampromides

Diampromide • Phenampromide •

Propiram

Others

IC-26 • Isoaminile • Lefetamine •

R-4066

Anilidopiperidines

3-Allylfentanyl • 3-Methylfentanyl • 3-Methylthiofentanyl • 4-Phenylfentanyl • Alfentanil • α-Methylacetylfentanyl • α-Methylfentanyl • α-Methylthiofentanyl • Benzylfentanyl  [54] • β-hydroxyfentanyl • β-hydroxythiofentanyl • β-Methylfentanyl • Brifentanil • Butyrfentanyl • Carfentanil • Fentanyl • Lofentanil • N-Methylcarfentanil • Mirfentanil • Ocfentanil • Ohmefentanyl • Parafluorofentanyl • Phenaridine • R-30490 • Remifentanil • Sufentanil • Thenylfentanyl [55]• Thiofentanyl •

Trefentanil

Oripavine derivatives

Thienorphine

7-PET • Acetorphine • Alletorphine (N-allyl-noretorphine) • BU-48 • Buprenorphine • Buprenorphine-3-glucuronide • Cyprenorphine • Dihydroetorphine • Etorphine • Homprenorphine • 18,19-Dehydrobuprenorphine (HS-599) [56] [57]• N-cyclopropylmethylnoretorphine [58]• Nepenthone [59][60] • Norbuprenorphine • Norbuprenorphine-3-glucuronide • Thevinone [61] •

Thienorphine [62]

Phenazepanes

Ethoheptazine • Meptazinol • Metheptazine • Metethoheptazine •

Proheptazine

Pirinitramides

Bezitramide •

Piritramide

Benzimidazoles

Clonitazene • Etonitazene •

Nitazene

Indoles

18-Methoxycoronaridine • 7-Acetoxymitragynine • 7-Hydroxymitragynine • ψ-Akuammigine • Akuammidine • Akuammine • Coronaridine • Eseroline • Hodgkinsine • Ibogaine • Mitragynine • Mitragynine pseudoindoxyl • Noribogaine • Pericine •

Pseudoakuammigine

Diphenylmethylpiperazines

BW373U86 • DPI-221 • DPI-287 • DPI-3290 •

SNC-80

Opioid peptides

Dynorphins

Big dynorphin • Dynorphin A • Dynorphin B •

Leumorphin

Endomorphins

Endomorphin-1 • Endomorphin-2

Endorphins

α-Endorphin • β-Endorphin • γ-Endorphin • α-Neoendorphin •

β-Neoendorphin

Enkephalins

DADLE • DAMGO • Dermenkephalin [63]• Met-enkephalin •

Leu-enkephalin

Propeptides

Proenkephalin • Proendorphin • Proopiomelanocortin

Others / unknown

Adrenorphin • Amidorphin • Biphalin • Casokefamide • Casomorphins • Cytochrophin-4 • DALDA (Tyr-D-Arg-Phe-Lys-NH2)[64][65] • Deltorphin A • Deltorphin I • Deltorphin II • Deprolorphin • Dermorphin • DPDPE [66]• Frakefamide • Gliadorphin • Gluten exorphinss • Hemorphin-4 • Metkefamide • Morphiceptin • Nociceptin • Octreotide • Opiorphin • Rubiscolin • Soymorphins • Spinorphin • TRIMU 5 • Tynorphin • Valorphin •

Zyklophin

Others

3-(3-Methoxyphenyl)-3-ethoxycarbonyltropane  • AD-1211 • AH-7921 • Axomadol • Azaprocin • BDPC • Bisnortilidine  [67] [68] • BRL-52537 • Bromadol • Bromadoline • Ciprefadol • Ciramadol • Doxpicomine • Enadoline • Faxeladol • GR-89696 • Herkinorin • ICI-199,441 • ICI-204,448 • Ketamine • KNT-42 • LPK-26 • Lufuradom • Metofoline • MT-45 • Desmethylclozapine • NNC 63-0532 • Nortilidine • O-Desmethyltramadol • Phenadone • Phencyclidine • Prodilidine • Profadol • Ro64-6198 • Salvinorin A • Salvinorin B ethoxymethyl ether • Salvinorin B methoxymethyl ether • SB-612,111 • SC-17599 • RWJ-394,674 • TAN-67 • Tapentadol • Tecodine=Oxycodone [69] • Thiobromadol (C-8813) • Tifluadom • Tilidine • Tramadol • Trimebutine • U-47,700 • U-50,488 • U-69,593 • Viminol • 1-(4-Nitrophenylethyl)piperidylidene-2-(4-chlorophenyl)sulfonamide (W-18)

Opioid antagonists and inverse agonists

4-Caffeoyl-1,5-quinide • 5'-Guanidinonaltrindole • β-Funaltrexamine • 6β-Naltrexol-d4 • Alvimopan • Binaltorphimine • BU09059 • Buprenorphine • Chlornaltrexamine • Clocinnamox • Cyclazocine • Cyprodime • Diacetylnalorphine [70] • Difenamizole [71]• Diprenorphine (M5050) • Fedotozine • ICI-174864 • J-113,397 • JDTic • JTC-801 • Levallorphan • LY-2456302 • LY-255582 • Methocinnamox • Methylnaltrexone • ML350 • Naldemedine • Nalfurafine • Nalmefene • Nalmexone [72] • Naloxazone • Naloxegol • Naloxol • Naloxonazine • Naloxone • Naloxone benzoylhydrazone • Nalorphine • Naltrexone • Naltriben • Naltrindole • Norbinaltorphimine • Oxilorphan • PF-4455242 • S-allyl-3-hydroxy-17-thioniamorphinan (SAHTM)[73] • Samidorphan  SR-16430

Biased ligands

6'-Guanidinonaltrindole • Herkinorin • TRV130 • TRV734

Uncategorized opioids

ADL-5859 • Alimadol • Amentoflavone • Anilopam[74] +HCl  • Asimadoline • Cannabidiol • Cyproterone acetate • FE 200665 • Fedotozine • HZ-2 • Kolokol-1 • Kratom • Matrine • MCOPPB • Menthol • MT-7716 • Nalfurafine • Nalorphine • Nalorphine dinicotinate • Nexeridine • Proglumide • Ro65-6570  SoRI-9409  Spiradoline  SR-8993  SR-16435 •

Tetrahydrocannabinol

Combination drug formulations containing opioids

Buprenorphine/naloxone • Buprenorphine/samidorphan (ALKS-5461) • Bupropion/naltrexone • Co-codamol (codeine phosphate/paracetamol) • Co-codaprin (codeine phosphate/aspirin) • Co-dydramol (dihydrocodeine tartrate/paracetamol) • Co-proxamol (dextropropoxyphene/paracetamol) • Fentanyl/fluanisone • Hydrocodone/ibuprofen • Hydrocodone/paracetamol • Loperamide/simethicone • Morphine/naltrexone • Oxycodone/aspirin • Oxycodone/naloxone Oxycodone/paracetamol •

See also

References


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