beta-carboline

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β-carboline

(bā-ta-kahr'ō-lēn),
One of a class of indole alkaloids structurally similar to the amino acid L-tryptophan, when ingested, maycause hallucinations.
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SPC will be extending its service model through Carbolines large global sales force and numerous distribution locations to better reach customers.
SPCs Vice President, US, Tracy Menard, said, Working with Carboline provides us access to more product technology, testing, research and development, and service resources that will benefit our customers for years to come.
The combination of MAO inhibitors such as some ayahuasca j carbolines with monoaminergic and serotoninergic substances in general, antidepressives, as well as ginseng, St John's wort, dextromethorphan, amphetamine, and 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA: "ecstasy"), could produce the serotonin syndrome (dos Santos 2013a; Pilgrim et al.
N-methylated beta carbolines protect PC 12 cells from cytotoxic effect of MTP+ by attenuation of mitochondrial membrane permeability change.
Acetaldehyde also may condense with serotonin to form compounds called tetrahydro-beta carbolines that may be active in the brain as well.
We intend to accelerate SPCs growth by leveraging Carbolines large global sales force.
It will work as a free-standing business within the RPM Performance Coatings Group and report through the Carboline Company.
The DMT is orally activated by the Beta carbolines and provides much of the psychoactivity to the brew (Callaway,1994, 1995; McKenna, 2015).
Inhibition of human cytochrome P450 enzymes 3A4 and 2D6 by p carboline alkaloids, harmine derivatives.