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Definition of the noun Aconitine
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- [organic compound] An intensely poisonous alkaloid, extracted from aconite.
Aconitine is a toxin produced by the Aconitum plant, also known as devil’s helmet or monkshood. Monkshood is notorious for its toxic properties. In China, aconitine is also used as a herbal medicine against pain.
- also known as 乌头碱
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The Medical News (1902)
The physiological studies of Liegeois, Guil- leaud, Laborde and others show that aconitine is a poison of the central nervous system, which it stimulates first to paralyze later. It likewise paralyzes the peripheric nervous system (sensory, motor ...
Aconitine is an agent that tends to equalize the circulation and relieve the congestion of acutely inflamed parts. It is an agent that dissipates the fury of the storm before the damage is done, and breaks its force. It is a mildly acting remedy and ...
Herbal Supplements (2011)
Efficacy, Toxicity, Interactions with Western Drugs, and Effects on Clinical Laboratory Tests by Amitava Dasgupta, Catherine A. Hammett-Stabler
The alkaloid responsible for the toxicity, aconitine, is present in all parts of the plant. Aconitine is a methylated and benzoylated ester of a hexacyclic norditerpenic amino alcohol, 398 BEYOND HERBALS: AN INTRODUCTION TO POISONOUS ...
The London Medical Record (1886)
by Ernest Abraham Hart
Aconitine is a very precise remedy, which acts in man in a certain and regular manner ; but for its energetic action, it has to be prescribed in small and well- distanced doses. Moreover, one ought to be sure of its source, and, when using its ...
Cold Frame (2015)
A Novel by P. T. Deutermann
“Aconitine is a by-product of the monkshood plant. Extremely poisonous, and known to be so for centuries. The other case, Logan, is more complex. You're describing the effects of what possibly might be a saxitoxin, commonly produced by ...
Clinical Pharmacology (2007)
With STUDENTCONSULT Access by Peter N. Bennett, Morris J. Brown
Aconitine is a plant alkaloid and has no place in medicine.
Biology, Human biology by CTI Reviews
Aconitine is a toxin produced by the Aconitum plant, also known as devil's helmet or monkshood. Monkshood is very notorious for its toxic properties. In China, aconitine is also used as a herbal medicine against pain. a. Bowel infarction b.
by Uwe Jensen, Joachim W. Kadereit
The Delphiniinae are toxic by producing characteristic, diterpene alkaloids; aconitine is a well-known physiologically active substance of the “Aconiti tuber” drug. Aconitum species were also used as medical plants in East Asia; in China they ...
Chemistry, Chemistry by CTI Reviews
Aconitine: Aconitine is a highly poisonous alkaloid derived from various aconite species. Uses It is a neurotoxinthat opensTTXsensitive Na+ channels in the heart and other tissues, and is usedforcreating modelsof cardiac arrhythmia.
Properties and Synonyms by I.K. Morton, Judith M. Hall
aconitine is an alkaloid from monk's hood or wolfsbane (Aconitum napellus) and other Aconitum spp. (Ranunculaceae). It is a NEUROTOXIN implicated in poisoning by A. spp., especially A. chasmanthum in India.
Category "Plants and plant parts" by Bundesamt für Verbraucherschutz
Aconitine is a strong nerve and muscle poison, numbness, paraesthesia, paralysis (Wink/Wyk), cardiac ...
Medical Herbalism (2003)
The Science and Practice of Herbal Medicine by David Hoffmann, FNIMH, AHG
Aconitine is a potent and quick-acting. 130 ! INTRODUCTION TO PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES QUINOLINE ALKALOIDS QUINOLIZIDINE ALKALOIDS DITERPENOID ALKALOIDS.
by Monika Waksmundzka-Hajnos, Joseph Sherma, Teresa Kowalska
Aconitine is a highly poisonous alkaloid, which is a neurotoxin. Aconitine is used for creating models of cardiac arrhythmia. For the separation of aconitine ...
General, Organic and Natural Product Chemistry by Satyajit Sarker, Lutfun Nahar
Aconitine is an extremely toxic substance obtained from the plants of the genus Aconitum (family Ranunculaceae), commonly known as 'aconite' or 'monkshood'. It is a neurotoxin, and used for creating models of cardiac arrhythmia. OMe OH ...
by John Henry Clarke
Aconitine. Aconitia. C33 H45 NO,2. An alkaloid obtained from the roots and stems of Aconitum napellus. It is contained in all species of Aconite except A. lycoctonum. [German Aconitine is amorphous ; French Aconitine is crystalline, and 170 ...
by George Watt
Aconitine (proper)— a ...
by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji
Aconitine (proper) — a ...
by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe
ACONITINE AND THE ACONITE ALKALOIDS. The alkaloids of the various species of Aconitum which have been examined chemically, ...
by Robert HOOPER (M.D.), Klein Grant
Aconitine thus obtained is uncrystallisable; white and granular, or in a colourless transparent mass, having a glassy lustre;
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1892)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature : Supplement
ACONITINE. Aconitine, as met with in pharmacy, is of somewhat uncertain composition, the name having □been applied to an amorphous alkaloid, or at best to a .mixture of amorphous and crystallizable bases, cxtract- □ed from Aconitum ...
by Robley Dunglison
Aconitine. Aconite, ak'o-nite. See Aconitum napellas. A., ab'- stract of, abstractum aconiti.
by Alwyn Scott, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics Alwyn Scott
Analysis of the effect of an arrhythmogenic drug aconitine, showing oscillations of the plateau of action potential (AP).
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