oxyacanthine

oxyacanthine

[¦äk·sē·ə′kan‚thēn]
(organic chemistry)
C37H40N2O6 An alkaloid obtained from the root of Berberis vulgaris ; a white, crystalline powder with a melting point of 202-214°C; soluble in water, chloroform, benzene, alcohol, and ether; used in medicine. Also known as vinetine.
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The plant contains the powerful alkaloid Berberine and the lesser alkalines Oxyacanthine and Berbamine; tannins, gum, resin and starch.
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bealei, include berberine, palmatine, magnoflorine, jatrorrhizine, oxyacanthine, berbamine, columbamine, isotertrandrine and epiberberine (Ji et al.