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Veterinary and human toxicology.: Alpha-methyltryptamine revisited via easy Internet access

Veterinary and human toxicology.: Alpha-methyltryptamine revisited via easy Internet access

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    Abstract: Alpha-methyltryptamine (AMT) is a synthetic hallucinogenic indolealkylamine, that was initially studied as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor and used as an antidepressant. Although a popular hallucinogen in the 1960's, use of this drug is currents uncommon. We report a patient with sympathomimetic features who was found to have ingested AMT.