anabasine


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anabasine

teratogenic piperidine alkaloid in Nicotiana spp. Called also neonicotine.
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5) The liquid also contains impurities, such as anabasine, which has effects on the [alpha]-7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor and its principal use is as an insecticide arid [beta]-nicotyrine, which inhibits cytochrome P450 2A.
Analyses made by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have shown that e-cigarette contains carcinogens such as nitrosamines, diethylene glycol, and tobacco-specific compounds, such as anabasine, myosmine, and [beta]-nicotin, which can be harmful to humans.
Chemical constituents: Nicotine, nornicotine, anabasine, nicotyrine, nicotimine, piperidine, pyrrolidine, nicotoine and myosmine (Haq and Hussain, 1993; Prajapati et al.
To address this issue several reference laboratories have developed mass spectrometry--based assays for detection of the tobacco plant alkaloid anabasine.
A high-throughput robotic sample preparation system and HPLC-MS/MS for measuring urinary anatabine, anabasine, nicotine and major nicotine metabolites.
Other minor alkaloids include nornicotine, anatabine, and anabasine.
El-Shazly and co-workers in 2005 isolated N-acetylpiperidine (59), piperidine (60), aldotripiperidiene (61), haloxine (62), halosaline (63), simpine (64), N-(2-hydroxy ethyl) piperidine (65), 3,4-dihydro-5-(2-piperidinyl)-1(2H)pyridine carboxaldehyde (66) and anabasine (67) from H.
Along with nicotine, other compounds such as germacrene and anabasine and other piperidine alkaloids (varying between species) seem to deter most herbivores, (5) a number of such animals have evolved the ability to feed on Nicotiana species without being harmed.
Influence of nicotine, cotinine, anabasine and cigarette smoke extract on human granulosa cell progesterone and estradiol synthesis.
One of the earliest reports of the use of plant extracts against mosquito larvae is extraction of plant alkaloids like nicotine, anabasine, methyl anabasine and lupinine from the Russian weed in 1933.