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Chemical data
Formula C17H15ClFN3O 
Mol. mass 331.8

N-Desalkylflurazepam (N-desalkyl-2-oxoquazepam) is one of the major metabolites of quazepam. It is long-acting, prone to accumulation, and binds unselectively to benzodiazepine receptors.[1]


  1. ^ Nikaido, AM; Ellinwood Jr, EH (1987). "Comparison of the effects of quazepam and triazolam on cognitive-neuromotor performance". Psychopharmacology 92 (4): 459–64.  
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