yohimbine


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yohimbine

[yō′him‚bīn]
(pharmacology)
C21H26N2O3 An alkaloid derived from plants that is a weak blocker of alpha-adrenergic receptors, used as a mydriatic and in the treatment of impotence.
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Yohimbine hydrochloride, on the other hand, is a man-made substance that is prescribed for impotence and erectile dysfunction and requires FDA approval.
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According to the drug design strategy (see Section 2), a multiple drug combination comprising gefitinib, estradiol, yohimbine, and fulvestrant was obtained for treating stage 1 bladder cancer.
Yohimbine for erectile dysfunction: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials.
After processing was complete, we antagonized the xylazine by administering an injection of yohimbine HCL (0.
According to the health services, even though the substance Yohimbine is included in the Roxylean Super Concentrated Thermogenic Medi-Biological Weight Loss supplement's ingredients label, it is forbidden to be used in food supplements, as it can be only administered by prescription.
A structure-function relationship among reserpine and yohimbine analogues in their ability to increase expression of mdrl and P-glycoprotein in a human colon carcinoma cell line.
6) The aphrodisiac Yohimbine, a sexual stimulant, experienced even more drastic declines.
Effects of yohimbine on cerebral blood flow, symptoms, and physiological functions in humans.
Called yohimbine, the drug is effective in people with a variant of a gene called ADRA2A, researchers report October 8 in Science Translational Medicine.
Similarly, opiate withdrawal-related LC hyperactivity could be turned off by clonidine, and that inhibition reversed by yohimbine or piperoxane.
Beta-amyrin palmitate enhanced hypoactivity of mice treated with clonidine and antagonized hyperactivity produced by phenylephrine; the inhibitory action of beta-amyrin palmitate was not affected by yohimbine, but was potentiated by prazosin.