bicuculine


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bicuculine

[bī′kü·kyə‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C20H17NO6 A convulsant alkaloid found in plants of the family Fumariaceae.
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All recording slices were treated with phaclofen or bicuculine with asiatic acid various concentrations, while the other drug-untreated control was treated with phaclofen or bicuculine containing no asiatic acid.
The blocking effects are considerably greater in slices with concentration of 100 [micro]M with GABAA antagonist, bicuculine. In contrast, asiatic acid, even at the high concentration of 100 [micro]M, exerted no effect with GABAB antagonist, phaclofen.
Dihydropyridine calcium channels blockers in experimental seizures by ischemia, bicuculine, electrical cortical shocks, nitrous oxide and alcohol withdrawal syndrome is caused due, have anticonvulsant effects [7].