carbachol

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carbachol

[′kär·bə‚kȯl]
(pharmacology)
C6H15ClN2O2 Hygroscopic, hard, prismatic crystals with a melting point of 200-203°C; soluble in water, methanol, and alcohol; used as a cholinergic drug in humans and parasympathomimetic drug in larger animals.
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Antinociceptive interactions with intravenous morphine and intrathecal clonidine, neostigmine, and carbamylcholine in rats.
2] receptor antagonist HOE-140 was diluted in PBS, and given as an aerosol (400 nM/kg); budesonide was first diluted in 1 mL ethanol and then in PBS to give a 1 mg/3 mL solution and was given as an aerosol; carbamylcholine (carbachol) was dissolved in PBS at concentrations of 0.
9: PDB Entry for the complex of the acetylcholine receptor with carbamylcholine (1UV6) 99