cinchonine


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cinchonine

 
an alkaloid of cinchona used as an antimalarial agent, chiefly in the form of the sulfate salt; administered orally.

cin·cho·nine

(sin'kō-nēn),
A quinoline alkaloid prepared from the bark of several species of Cinchona; a tonic and antimalarial agent. Several cinchonine salts are available.

cinchonine

(sĭng′kə-nēn′, sĭn′chə-)
n.
An alkaloid, C19H22N2O, that is derived from the bark of various species of cinchona and has been used as an antimalarial agent.

cinchonine

an alkaloid of cinchona used as an antimalarial agent, chiefly in the form of the sulfate salt, administered orally.
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Its reversal activity is similar to that of cinchonine but higher than that of quinine in Caco-2 cells.
The inhibitory effect of cinchonine on human platelet aggregation due to blockage of calcium influx.
For instance, Cinchonine from Cinchona plants used to treat fever and malaria is often used in its natural and unrefined form (Trease and Evans, 1985), although some other herbal drugs have been refined by isolating their pure active principles.