Etorphine

Word ETORPHINE
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The most dangerous drug on earth. A semi synthetic opiate that works in similar ways to morphine and heroin, but is 3000-5000 times stronger. So potent that contact of any form with human skin will cause death. The only legal use is sedating large animals like rhinos and elephants. 1mg can knock out a 7000lb elephant. It's available on the streets but is not often used because of its tendency to instantly kill humans. I would not recommend as a recreational drug Urban Dictionary

An extremely potent opioid. It is estimated to be 1,000-3,000 times as potent as morphine. It is used to immobilize large animals, and has little to no medical usage for humans. Urban Dictionary

A synthetic drug that is similar to morphine and heroin, but is 2000-5000 times stronger. Causes instant overdose upon contact with human skin. The only legal use for this shit is knocking down rhinos and elephants. 5-15mg is all it takes to immobilize an African elephant, and only 2-4mg for a black rhino. I would not advise using etorphine for recreational purposes. Urban Dictionary

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The word "etorphine" in example sentences

University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, USA. 120 pp. Conry, P.J. (In press) Immobilizing Malayan gaur with etorphine. ❋ Unknown (1983)

A biologist identifies a 5-ton bull from a helicopter and darts him with enough etorphine, a potent anaesthetic, to, well, knock out an elephant. ❋ Arnie Cooper (2011)

The mu-opioid receptor is activated by several ligands including morphine, etorphine and fentanyl. ❋ The Curious Wavefunction, The Curious Wavefunction (2010)

While morphine effects phosphorylation of the kinase ERK through activation of PKC (protein kinase C), etorphine also activates ERK but by activation of beta-arrestin. ❋ The Curious Wavefunction, The Curious Wavefunction (2010)

Morphine causes the phosphorylated ERK to stay in the cytoplasm while etorphine causes the ERK to translocate to the nucleus. ❋ The Curious Wavefunction, The Curious Wavefunction (2010)

Intrigued again by the problem of the opiate receptor site in Goldstein’s paper, Eric Simon designed an experiment focused on an opiate agonist 1,000-10,000 times more powerful than morphine itself etorphine. ❋ Kenneth Blum (1991)

Person1: hey bro you wanna try [etorphine] with me Person2: [no I'm] [not trying] to die ❋ Shit Nizza (2015)

[The elephant] needed to be calmed down, so 10 [mg] of Etorphine did [the trick]. ❋ Physical Euphoria (2016)

Dumbass1: I just bought some [etorphine] for [dirt cheap] wanna try some Dumbass2: you mean that shit [that kills] people on contact..totally ❋ Shit Nizza (2015)

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