veratridine


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ver·a·tri·dine

(ver'ă-trī'dēn),
An alkaloid derived from Veratrum viridae and V. album. Probably responsible for antihypertensive properties of this class of alkaloids.

veratridine

(və-răt′rĭ-dēn′)
n.
A yellowish-white, amorphous powdered alkaloid, C36H51NO11, obtained from sabadilla seeds and from the rhizomes of some hellebores of the genus Veratrum.
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Berberine, palmatine and jatrorrhizine, the components of RC, all inhibited CA secretion induced by ACh, veratridine and/or 56 mM [K.
1]) or veratridine (final concentration 40 [micro]mol [1.
In contrast, addition of veratridine produced, after a short latency, a moderate and slow enhancement of light emission (Fig.
To further evaluate the effects of high potassium concentration and of veratridine on the neurotransmitter release, we analyzed the cumulative release profiles.
In the present study, we evaluated this possibility by measuring light emission upon stimulation with KCI or veratridine of synaptosomes pretreated with 47 [micro]mol [1.
The relation between the effects of veratridine on action potential and contraction in mammalian ventricular myocardium.
Veratridine stimulation of calcium uptake by chick embryonic heart cells in culture.
The effects of calcium antagonist on calcium overload contractures in embryonic chick myocytes induced by ouabain and veratridine.
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