The anxiolytic and analgesic properties of compound ALM-802, a cardiotropic linear methoxyphenyltriazaalkane derivative, combining pharmacophore elements of p-FOX inhibitors trimetazidine and ranolazine were studied in vivo. In the elevated plus-maze test, ALM-802 after acute intraperitoneal administration in doses of 1-8 mg/kg dose-dependently prevented the development of anxiety in BALB/c mice. Chronic intraperitoneal administration of ALM-802 in a dose of 2 mg/kg to alcohol-preferring rats attenuated anxiogenesis induced by ethanol withdrawal. ALM-802 demonstrated antinociceptive activity in C57BL/6 mice during thermal stimulation of nociceptors in the hot plate test and during modeling of visceral pain in the acetic acid writhing test. Thus, ALM-802 exhibits anxiolytic and analgesic properties in the dose range corresponding to its anti-ischemic and antiarrhythmic effects.