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narcotine

[′när·kə‚tēn]
(pharmacology)
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Cinchonidine (1), cinchonine (2), quinine (3), and noscapine (narcotine, 4) are the alkaloids which are used for the treatment of biological diseases like malaria, analgesic pain, anti-inflammatory, cancer, and stroke treatment [5].
(Papaveraceae) fruits and other morphine, parts narcotine, codeine, papverine, thebaine Parthenium Entire plant Parthenin and hysterophorus L.
In the late 1980s when the reaction occurred, papaveretum contained 47.5 to 52.5% morphine, 2.5 to 5.0% codeine, 16.0 to 20.0% narcotine (noscapine) and 2.5 to 7.0% papaverine (104).