carbamylcholine chloride

car·bam·yl·cho·line chlo·ride

a cholinomimetic drug that reacts with and activates both muscarinic and nicotinic receptors. It is slowly hydrolyzed and thus its effects far outlast those of acetylcholine. Used medically to stimulate smooth muscle, as in paralytic ileus following surgery.
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Based on the results obtained in experiment 1, this assay was conducted to evaluate exclusively the cholinergic agonists acetylcholine chloride, carbamylcholine chloride (Nacalai Tesque Inc.), and succinylcholine chloride (Wako), and serotonin creatinine sulfate on the metamorphosis of a cohort of larvae of three age groups, 19, 21, and 23 days old.