The N-desmethyl metabolite os imipramine and is an active antidepressant agent.

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  • desipramine — de·si·pra·mine …   English syllables

  • desipramine — noun a tricyclic antidepressant drug that activates the psychomotor system • Hypernyms: ↑tricyclic, ↑tricyclic antidepressant, ↑tricyclic antidepressant drug * * * də̇ˈziprəˌmēn noun ( s) Etymology: desme …   Useful english dictionary

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