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emetine

[′em·ə‚tēn]
(pharmacology)
C29H40N2O4 Cephaeline methyl ether, the principal alkaloid of ipecac; a white powder, sparingly soluble in water; it is emetic, diaphoretic, and expectorant, but its chief utility is as an amebicide.
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This is indicative of low cytotoxicity ([IC.sub.50]>100 [micro]g/mL) compared to the reference drug emetine with [IC.sub.50]=0.013 [micro]g/mL).
The alkaloid emetine as promising agent for the induction and enhancement of drug-induced apoptosis in Leukaemia cells.
Variation in emetine and cephaeline contents in roots of wild Ipecac (Psychotria ipecacuanha).
It is still doubtful that either the chemical structure of violin resembles or not to the emetine, so its chemical structure is still unknown.
The effect on in vitro co-cultivation of Cephaelis ipecacuanha, Eclipta alba and Oryza sativa on plant development and yield of emetine, wedeloctane and demethyledelolactona.
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emetine hydrochloride (Wanyoike, G.N., et al., 2004) and cyclophosphamide (Moshi, M.J., et al., 2004) reported in the literature.
Psychotria acuminata is a medicinal plant from which emetine, cephaeline, and psychotrine are extracted, to be used as expectorants and emetics.
moshkovskii is osmotolerant, can be cultured at room temperature, and is resistant to emetine, all characteristics that distinguish it from E.
Another patient developed myopathy because she was taking emetine, a component of ipecac, to induce vomiting and keep her weight down.
Treatment of leishmaniasis nodosa (oriental sore) with intralesionally injected emetine hydrochloride.
She was not at all pleased when I told her that the drug used for the treatment of amoebic dysentery in those days, emetine hydrochloride, was notoriously cardiotoxic.