I have diagnosed it as pyorrhea which has infected the stomach from the mouth, and have suggested emetine treatment of the mouth as a cure for the stomach disorder.
And right now they're jolting his gums and the pus-sacs with emetine. Whew!
Doctor Granville, at the outside, will cure his pyorrhea with emetine for no more than a paltry fifty dollars.
of various concentrations (0.00000325-32.5 [micro]g/mL) prepared following a 10-fold serial dilutions approach in 96-well plates was used as standard drug for comparison.
In coral, the effect of the inhibitor emetine
on respiration rates was dependent on [pCO.sub.2] (Edmunds and Wall.
microphylla may be due to their utilization for metabolic purposes or impairment in protein synthesis pathway by the presence of the alkaloid bioactive molecule emetine
(Moller et al., 2007).
Liversedge, "On a new aerobic metabolite whose production by brain is inhibited by apomorphine, emetine
, ergotamine, epinephrine, and menadione," Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, vol.
Under GF conditions, we observed FT induction around the wounded intestinal tissue resulting from a needle puncture, or in the small intestinal epithelial cells of mice intraperitoneally injected with cycloheximide or emetine
(i.e., protein synthesis inhibitors).
She collapsed and died 31 years ago; the cause of death was emetine
cardiotoxicity - a consequence of anorexia nervosa.
Biological activities of emetine
. The Open Natural Products Journal.
An alkaloid was discovered by Boullay (1828) in the roots known as violin which are similar to emetine
(Figure 3(c)), but possessing different properties from emetine
Reduction of cytotoxicity of the alkaloid emetine
through P-glycoprotein (MDR1/ABCB1) in human Caco-2 cells and leukemia cell lines.