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The test substance was shown to have a potential for binding to Ca channels and to act as an antagonist at the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in in vitro studies. Lesions to cardiomyocytes were induced when administered intraperitoneally in rats. There is evidence that the test substance does inhibit the action of acetylcholine receptor agonists, however it does itself not evoke antinicotinic effects under normal physiological conditions.

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