glaucine


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glau·cine

(glaw'sēn),
The d-form prevalent in nature. Antitussive agent found in Glaucium flavum, (G. luteum scop.), Papaveraceae and in Dicentra and Corydalis species, family Fumariceae.
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A group of semi-synthetic structural analogs of glaucine, including glaucine N-oxide (93) inhibited the central nervous system, caused a decrease in blood pressure, and had spasmolytic activity in laboratory's animals (Todorov and Zamfirova 1991; Petkov et al.
Only glaucine and laudanosine inhibited K+-induced uterine contractions more than oxytocin-induced uterine contractions.
The cytotoxicity of SM (digitonin, EGCG, menthol, thymol, aromadendrene, [bata]-sitosterol-0-glucoside, [bata]-carotene, glaucine, harmine, and sanguinarine) was determined using the MIT assay (Mosmann 1983).
The order of the inhibitory efficiency (average of both fluorescent probes) of 40 [micro]M of SM relative to verapamil (100%) was glaucine > sanguinarine > harmine >[bata]-carotene > EGCG >[bata]-sitosterol-O-glucoside > aromadendrene and > thymol > menthol (Table 1).
Anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic effects of glaucine in rats and mice.
The cytotoxicity of doxorubicin and other SM (digitonin, EGCG, menthol, thymol, aromadendrene, [beta]-sitosterol-0-glucoside, [beta]-carotene, glaucine, harmine, and sanguinarine) was determined using the MU assay (Mosmann 1983).
Some SM of this study such as digitonin, 13-carotene, glaucine, harmine, and sanguinarine can competitively inhibit ABC transporter activity and can act as substrates for the efflux pump (Wink 2012).
5%), aromadendrene ([greater than or equal to]97%), 13-carotene ([greater than or equal to]99%), glaucine ([greater than or equal to]98%), harmine ([greater than or equal to]95%), sanguinarine ([greater than or equal to]97%), and 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyl-tetrazolium bromide (MTh [greater than or equal to]98%) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich GmbH, Germany.
The cytotoxicity of cligitonin and other SM (EGCG, menthol, thymol, aromadendrene, [beta]-carotene, glaucine, harmine, and sanguinarine) were determined using the MIT assay (Mosmann 1983).
Derivatives of the aporphine molecule comprise pharmacologically active compounds such as apomorphine, an agonist of dopamine receptors, and alkaloids with antidopaminergic actions such as the bulbocapnine, boldine and glaucine (Zetler, 1988).
Nosal'ova G, Strapkova A, Korpas J (1984) Antitussive activity of glaucine.