ajmaline


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ajmaline

[′aj·mə‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C20H26N2O2 An amber, crystalline alkaloid obtained from Rauwolfia plants, especially R. serpentina.
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tetraphylla is regarded as a rich source of different types of important alkaloid constituents such as reserpine, deserpidine, reserpiline, raujemidine, isoreserpiline, ajmaline, ajmalicine, yohimbines, serpentine, tetraphylline, sarpagine and vellosimine (Haack et al.
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