veratrine


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ver·a·trine

(ver'ă-trēn, -trin),
A mixture of alkaloids from the seeds of Schoenocaulon officinale (Sabadilla officinarum) (family Liliaceae), including cevine, cevadine, cevadilline, sabadine, and veratridine; a powder of acrid taste, intensely irritating to the nasal mucous membrane, that has been used as an anodyne counterirritant in neuralgias and arthritis.

veratrine

(vĕr′ə-trēn′, -trĭn)
n.
A poisonous mixture of alkaloids extracted from sabadilla seeds and used as an insecticide and formerly as a counterirritant.

veratrine

a commercial product obtained from the seeds of Schoenocaulon officinalis.
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5] M) decreased the contraction induced by veratrine (1 x [10.
2+] blocker, decreased the contraction induced by veratrine in both the epididymal and the prostatic portions of isolated mouse vas deferens.
In conclusion, veratrine could induce contraction in a concentration-dependent manner, and paeoniflorin could decrease veratrine-induced contraction in isolated mouse vas deferens.
Table 1 Effects of various drugs on veratrine (VR 1 x [10.
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