narceine


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narceine

(ˈnɑːsiːn) or

narceen

n
(Chemistry) a narcotic alkaloid that occurs in opium. Formula: C23H27O8N
[C19: via French from Greek narkē numbness]
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papaverine, codeine, narcotine (noscopine) and narceine (although it should be noted that several other species of Papaver produce some of the same compounds).
Chemical constituents: The latex is rich in alkaloids; morphine, codeine, thebaine, nacrocotine, narceine, and papaverine (Prajapati et al., 2003.
The main component of this plant is alkaloids compounds such as morphine, codeine, Narceine and Papaverine that are very important in terms of medical treatment [4].