*  Strychnine - Wikipedia
Strychnine is a terpene indole alkaloid belonging to the Strychnos family of Corynanthe alkaloids, and it is derived from ... Strychnine has been used as a plot device in the author Agatha Christie's murder mysteries. Strychnine was the first alkaloid ... The properties of S. nux-vomica and S. ignatii are substantially those of the alkaloid strychnine. Strychnine was first ... In some Strychnos plants a 9,10-dimethoxy derivative of strychnine, the alkaloid brucine, is also present. Brucine is not as ...
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*  Strichnine | Article about Strichnine by The Free Dictionary
bitter alkaloid drug derived from the seeds of a tree, Strychnos nux-vomica, native to Sri Lanka, Australia, and India. It has ... Related to Strichnine: strychnine poisoning, Strychnine tree strychnine. (strĭk`nĭn), bitter alkaloid drug derived from the ... Strychnine. an alkaloid contained in the seeds of the strychnine tree (Strychnos nux-vomica) and in the seeds of other plants ... strychnine. [′strik‚nīn] (organic chemistry) C21H22O2N2 An alkaloid obtained primarily from the plant nux vomica, formerly used ...
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*  How the US Government Created the 'Drug Problem' in the USA - LewRockwell
In fact, it is thousands of times more potent than the milder of the entheogenic alkaloids. It is effective at doses of as ... It was also well within CIA policy to randomly distribute LSD laced with the lethal poison strychnine so as to create 'horror ... He operated an opium alkaloid factory in Turkey and was a key participant in the long-running Istanbul/Marsellies/NYC heroin ... Even so, he learned a lot about human behavior and mescaline, a natural alkaloid present in the peyote cactus. Mescaline, long ...
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*  Biology-Online • View topic - The Fiber Disease
Usually alkaloids are derivatives of amino acids. Even though many alkaloids are poisonous (such as strychnine or coniine), ... Alkaloid of soil alkaloid of algae alkaloid of fungus alkaloid in blood All related to amino acids, right? I am sorry if I put ... Alkaloids: has to do with nitrogen fixing. TOO MUCH ALKALOID. Did they forget that when the novel organisms were constructed? ... Most alkaloids have a very bitter taste. Although formally an alkaloid, the class of pyrazoles contain two nitrogen atoms in ...
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*  Indole alkaloid - Wikipedia
... ergot alkaloids monoterpenoids. Strictosidine Catharanthine Yohimbine Vinca Strychnine Ellipticine There are also purely ... Indole alkaloids are a class of alkaloids containing a structural moiety of indole; many indole alkaloids also include isoprene ... The first indole alkaloid, strychnine, was isolated by Pierre Joseph Pelletier and Joseph Bienaimé Caventou in 1818 from the ... Bisindole alkaloids vinblastine and vincristine are produced in the reaction involving catarantine (alkaloid of type Iboga) and ...
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*  Natural product - Wikipedia
... and in 1820 was strychnine, an alkaloid was isolated. A second important step was the synthesis of organic compounds. Whereas ... Plants were the main source of such compounds, especially alkaloids and glycosides. It was long been known that opium, a sticky ... It is hoped this knowledge will enable medicinally useful phytochemicals such as alkaloids to be produced more efficiently and ... Glenn WS, Runguphan W, O'Connor SE (April 2013). "Recent progress in the metabolic engineering of alkaloids in plant systems". ...
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*  Osman Achmatowicz - Wikipedia
Achmatowicz resumed his research on Lycopodium alkaloids, and on Nuphar alkaloids, in the 1950s, when his Łódź laboratory was ... co-worker K.Lindenfeld). Achmatowicz carried out further work on the problems of strychnine chemistry in the 1960s with his son ... Rodewald). Out of Lycopodium clavatum Achmatowicz succeeded in separating and determining the structure of a new alkaloid named ... The new alkaloids were named: thiobinupharidine and neothiobinupharidine. The discovery of a new class of sulphur containing ...
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*  March 22 - Today in Science History - Scientists born on March 22nd, died, and events
Their alkaloid discoveries included strychnine (1818), brucine (1819), quinine (1820), caffeine (1821), and cinchonine. In 1823 ... Alkaloids are organic compounds which form water-soluble salts that perform various functions in medicine, including analgesics ... They helped found the chemistry of vegetable alkaloids. They isolated chlorophyll (1817), for which they coined the French name ... using elementary closed-tube analyses in which the alkaloids were combusted, they discovered nitrogen was present in the ...
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*  Plant defense against herbivory - Wikipedia
... strychnine, and quinine. Alkaloids have pharmacological effects on humans and other animals. Some alkaloids can inhibit or ... Endophytes can help the plant by producing toxins harmful to other organisms that would attack the plant, such as alkaloid ... Certain alkaloids bind to nucleic acids and can inhibit synthesis of proteins and affect DNA repair mechanisms. Alkaloids can ... Alkaloids are derived from various amino acids. Over 3000 known alkaloids exist, examples include nicotine, caffeine, morphine ...
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*  Toxicology Timeline - Toxipedia
Alexander the Great - Some believe that the Macedonian leader was poisoned by either hellebore or strychnine on June 11, 323 ... Friedrich Serturner (1783-1841) - Isolated an alkaloid from the opium poppy in 1803. He named it morphine after Morpheus, the ... Ephedrine Ban - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) instituted a ban on ephedrine alkaloids in 2004. ... Cleopatra - The Egyptian queen experimented with strychnine and other poisons on prisoners and the poor. She committed suicide ...
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*  Cocaine - Wikipedia
The cocaine alkaloid was first isolated by the German chemist Friedrich Gaedcke in 1855. Gaedcke named the alkaloid " ... "Tropane and Related Alkaloids". Top. Curr. Chem. Topics in Current Chemistry. 209: 175. doi:10.1007/3-540-48146-X. ISBN 978-3- ... strychnine, amphetamine, or heroin. The color of "crack" cocaine depends upon several factors including the origin of the ... Cocaine - a tropane alkaloid - is a weakly alkaline compound, and can therefore combine with acidic compounds to form various ...
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*  Caffeine - Wikipedia
Caffeine is a bitter, white crystalline purine, a methylxanthine alkaloid, and is chemically related to the adenine and guanine ... quinine or strychnine, precipitates polyphenols and tannins.This property can be used in a quantitation method. Around sixty ... caffeine could be explained by the fact that these beverages also contain varying mixtures of other methylxanthine alkaloids, ... Frischknecht PM, Ulmer-Dufek J, Baumann TW (1986). "Purine alkaloid formation in buds and developing leaflets of Coffea arabica ...
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*  Pharmaceuticals: Natural Products and Natural Product Models - CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
Vinca alkaloids. III. Characterization of leurosine and vindaleukoblastine, new alkaloids from Vinca rosea Linn. J. Am. Chem. ... The alkaloid epibatidine (56) was discovered from the skin of an Ecuadorian poison frog (Epipedobates tricolor), and its potent ... The isolation of strychnine (1), morphine (2), atropine (3), colchicine (4), and quinine (5) in the early 1800s from the ... Vinca alkaloids in the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer. Cancer Treat. Rev. 1987; 14:29-51. ...
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*  Jiadifenolide (Part 1: Sorensen) - B.R.S.M.
And Now For Something Completely Different 1: Progress In Strychnine Synthesis. *[+] September (7) *Woodward Wednesdays 2: ... This week in alkaloids part 1: (-)-Leuconicine A and B. *Top 5 Syntheses of July 2011 ... Alkaloid (-)-205B *(+)-Prostaglandin PGF2a. *[+] August (4) *Holiday!. *And Now For Something Completely Different 4: Wikipedia ... Woodward's 1954 lanesterol synthesis.[4] The ketone was then protected, and the ester converted into the aldehyde. Next, the ...
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*  Laudanosine - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core
The Alkaloids: Chemistry and Physiology. 4. New York: Academic Press. p. 48. ISBN 0-12-469504-3.. Retrieved September 18, 2008 ... Laudanosine is a benzyltetrahydroisoquinoline alkaloid. It has been shown to interact with GABA receptors, glycine receptors, ... Strychnine. *Thiocolchicoside. *Tutin. *NAMs: Amiloride. *Benzodiazepines (e.g., bromazepam, clonazepam, diazepam, ... the alkaloid found in the opium poppy plant (Papaver somniferum). ... "The Benzylisoquinoline Alkaloids". In Manske RH, Holmes HL. ...
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