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Definition of Emetine

Emetine
Emetine Em"e*tine (?; 104), n. [See Emetic.] (Chem.) A white crystalline bitter alkaloid extracted from ipecacuanha root, and regarded as its peculiar emetic principle.

Meaning of Emetine from wikipedia

- Emetine is a drug used as both an anti-protozoal and to induce vomiting. It is produced from the ipecac root. It takes its name from its emetic properties...
- of safety and efficacy. An example of emetic compound from the roots is emetine. Ipecacuanha is a slow-growing plant, which reduces its commercial appeal...
- (Noscapine) Spirobenzylisoquinolines Fumaricine Ipecacuanha alkaloids Emetine, protoemetine, ipecoside Benzophenanthridines Sanguinarine, oxynitidine...
- Carpenter's life had been floating around after her sudden death from emetine cardiotoxicity due to anorexia nervosa in February 1983. However, it was...
- Glycobiarsol P01AR53 Glycobiarsol, combinations P01AX01 Chiniofon P01AX02 Emetine P01AX04 Phanquinone P01AX05 Mepacrine P01AX06 Atovaquone P01AX07 Trimetrexate...
- emetine, used for the treatment of amoebic infections and the subject of Alan Battersby's PhD thesis. As he later commented "Roughly 100 g of emetine...
- Year Isolated compound(s) Source 1817 Chlorophyll   1817 Emetine Ipecacuanha 1818 Strychnine Nux vomica 1819 Brucine Nux vomica 1820 Cinchonine and quinine...
- vomit Gr**** ἐμεῖν (emeîn), ἔμετος (émetos) antiemetic, emesis, emetic, emetine, emetophobia, haematemesis emul- striving to equal, rivaling Latin aemulus...
- stated as "emetine cardiotoxicity due to or as a consequence of anorexia nervosa." What was not specified in the report was how the emetine got into Carpenter's...
- feelings in his subjects than the stronger and more unpleasant emetic emetine. In the UK, however, the publication of J Y Dent's (who later went on to...