tropine


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tro·pine

 (trō′pēn′, -pĭn) also tro·pin (-pĭn)
n.
A white, crystalline, poisonous alkaloid, C8H15NO, obtained chiefly by hydrolysis of atropine.

[From atropine.]

tropine

(ˈtrəʊpiːn; -pɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a white crystalline poisonous hygroscopic alkaloid obtained by heating atropine or hyoscyamine with barium hydroxide. Formula: C8H15NO
[C19: shortened from atropine]
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Leaves contain chlorogenic acid, and datugenin, cuscohygrine, scopolamine and tropine, cumarins and tannins.
Then, compounds with higher affinity for muscarinic receptors were synthesized by introducing a tropine or quinuclidinyl group instead of a piperazine group (Nos.
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In the southern US, anticholinergic plant poisoning is frequently caused by several species of three closely related plant genera (Brugmasia, Datura, and Solandra) from the nightshade or Solanaceae family that contain combinations of tropine alkaloids, including atropine, hyoscyamine, and scopolamine (Figure 2).