thebaine


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thebaine

[′thē‚bān]
(pharmacology)
C19N21NO3 A white, crystalline alkaloid derived from opium; melting point is 193°C; soluble in alcohol and ether; used in medicine. Also known as para-morphine.
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Polybe montre donc une fois de plus comment par la puissance de la rumeur Megare a pu defaire l'attaque thebaine sans vraiment combattre.
In another experiment, Allen and colleagues in 2004, showed that complete inhibition of all members of multi-gene family of Cor using RNAi, caused an increase the intermediate S--reticuline upstream of codeine, in transgenic plants than codeine, morphine and thebaine in control plants [1].
Midazolam maleate is a kind of psychotropic drug and derived from thebaine, a constituent of opium.
Their narcotic effect descends in this order: morphine has the strongest narcotic effect and thebaine (0,6%) the slightest.
Ring C-bridged derivatives of thebaine and oripavine.
The new work identifies two enzymes--proteins that cells use to build molecules and make reactions go--involved in turning two of morphine's chemical precursors, thebaine and codeine, into the final product.
The Australian poppy industry utilizes the Concentrated Poppy Straw process, which processes the dry poppy plant material 'poppy straw' for use in the production of codeine and thebaine.
Laure Pantalacci, "Travaux de l'Institut francais d'archeologie orientale en 2004-5: Ermitages de la montagne thebaine," Bulletin de la Institut francais d'archeologie orientale 105 (2005): 450-51.
India is one of the world's top producers of opium and is the sole producer of licit opium gum utilized by the world's pharmaceutical industries to produce codeine, morphine, narcotine, thebaine, papaverine and other medical products.
The Opium Poppy is the type of poppy from which opium and many refined opiates, including morphine, thebaine, codeine, papaverine, and noscapine, are extracted.
This was because of its easy conversion into thebaine and other substances controlled in Schedule I of the 1961 Convention.
The three main phenanthrene alkaloids include morphine, codeine and thebaine.