ouabagenin

oua·ba·gen·in

(wah'bă-jen'in),
The aglycon obtained from the hydrolysis of the cardiac glycoside, ouabain; exerts cardiotonic activity.
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Ouabain (G-strophanthin) octahydrate, ouabagenin, dihydroouabain, digoxin, digitoxin, digoxigenin, and other related steroids (aldosterone, bufalin, cortisone, hydrocortisone, progesterone, [beta]-estradiol, estrone, testosterone, and dehydroepiandrosterone), bovine thyroglobulin, and sodium cyanoborohydride were obtained from Sigma.
Ouabagenin showed the highest cross-reactivity (52%), followed by digoxin (1.
This is supported by the cross-reactivity profile of the ouabain antiserum (a-ouabain-199) raised against the ouabain-thyroglobulin conjugate, which demonstrated the highest cross-reactivity (52%) to the aglycone ouabagenin.
The rhamnose moiety, which is absent from ouabagenin, is less important, leading to only a partial reduction in immunoreactivity.
3 Digitoxin 78 Ouabagenin 55 Strophanthidin 47 Dihydroouabain 0.