tropane alkaloid

tropane alkaloid

plant toxins, e.g. atropine, hyoscyamine, scopolamine (hyoscine) found in solanaceous plants.
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A tropane alkaloid with a 2-methyl-4-phenylcyclobutane 1,2,3-tricarboxylic acid ester as the central structure was first isolated from the aerial sections of Schizanthus grahamii more than 20 years ago and was named grahamine (Hartmann et al.
Following the decision by the principal European manufacturers to exit or end market development and regulatory support for the niche range of Tropane Alkaloid APIs (active pharmaceutical ingredients) - including Atropine, Atropine Sulfate, Tropine, Nortropine, Homatropine Methylbromide, Homatropine Hydrobromide, Digoxin and Cimetropium Bromide - Alchem International (http://www.
The bioactive molecules and their biochemical pathways targeted include, carotenoids (including apo-carotenoids), terpenoids and tropane alkaloid.
Biosynthetic studies on the tropane alkaloid hyoscyamine in Datura stramonium; Hyoscyamine is stable to in vivo oxidation and is not derived from littorine via a vicinal interchange process.
According to the results of current study, hyoscine was the predominant tropane alkaloid in the seeds of H.
Effects of calcium, alginate, and calcium-alginate immobilization on growth and tropane alkaloid levels of stable suspension cell line of Datura innoxia Mill, Plant Cell Reports, 9: 533-536.
tropane alkaloid production: Modelization of in vitro biochemical response.
tropane alkaloid production: Modelization of the in vitro biochemical response, Plant Science, ISSN: 01689452, 177(2): 81-87.
White henbane) is one of solanaceous plants witch are rich in tropane alkaloids especially atropine and scopolamine, this is why are widely used in medicine for their mydiatic, antispasmodic, anticholinergic, analgesic and sedative properties [23].
Tropane alkaloids (3,6ditigloxytropane) are esters of various tropic acids and derivatives of pyrrolidinepiperidine alkaloids.
4-D and 1% sucrose enhances the production of Tropane alkaloids where the amount of alkaloids was 0.