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har·ma·line

(har'mă-līn),
An amine oxidase inhibitor and a central nervous system stimulant; obtained from the seeds of Peganum harmala (family Zygophyllaceae) and from Banisteria caapi (family Malpighiaceae); has been used in parkinsonism.
Synonym(s): harmidine

harmaline

(har′mă-lēn″) [ Harmala + -ine]
A psychoactive beta-carboline, C13H14N2O, derived from a weed, Peganum harmala.
CAS # 304-21-2

harmaline

see harmine.
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