rescinnamine


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rescinnamine

[rə′sin·ə‚mēn]
(pharmacology)
C35H42N2O2 A white to buff-colored, crystalline powder with a melting point of 238°C (in vacuum); soluble in acetic acid and chloroform; an alkaloid extracted from a few species of Rauwolfia and used in medicine.
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The most pharmacologically active indole alkaloids are ajmaline, deserpidine, rescinnamine, reserpine, serpentine, and yohimbine.
Other alkaloids believed to have medicinal action include canescine, deserpidine, recanescine, and rescinnamine.
vomitoria include rauwolfine, reserpine, rescinnamine, serpentine, ajmaline serpentinine, steroid-serposterol and saponin (8).