bulbocapnine


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bul·bo·cap·nine

(bul'bō-kap'nin),
Drug derived from roots of Corydalis cava and C. tuberosa (family Fumariaceae) and Dicentra canadensis (family Papaveraceae); blocks the effects of dopamine on peripheral dopamine receptors.
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The plant is no longer used by herbalists but is exploited by the major drug companies: the bulb contains powerful alkaloids, the most prominent being corydaline and bulbocapnine, which are antispasmodic, sedative and hallucinogenic.
Cordyline and bulbocapnine are narcotic alkaloids isolated from Dicentra canadensis and D.
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consider the Ancient Mariner without curare, lasso, bulbocapnine or straitjacket, albeit able to capture and hold a live audience....
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).