veratridine


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ve·rat·ri·dine

 (və-răt′rĭ-dēn′)
n.
A yellowish-white, amorphous powdered alkaloid, C36H51NO11, obtained from sabadilla seeds and from the rhizomes of some hellebores of the genus Veratrum.

veratridine

(vɪˈrætrɪˌdiːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a yellowish-white amorphous alkaloid obtained from the seeds of sabadilla. Formula: C36H51NO11
[C20: from veratr(ine) + -id3 + -ine2]
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Veratridine evokes release of calcitonin gene-related peptide from capsaicin-sensitive nerves of rat urinary bladder.
TTX was purchased from Tocris Bioscience (Ellisville, MO) and veratridine was from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
influx produced by pyrethroids were all lower than that of 10 [micro]M veratridine (Figure 1A), a plant-derived sodium channel neurotoxin site 2 agonist.
i] induced by acetylcholine (ACh), veratridine (Ver) and/or 56 mM [K.
Reagents were obtained from the following sources: Eagle's minimum essential medium (MEM) and new born calf serum from Gibco (USA); collagenase from Nitta Zerachin (Osaka, Japan); acetylcholine and veratridine from Sigma (St.
In response to stimulation by veratridine, a secretagogue (a substance that induces secretion) that targets voltage-gated [Na.
The present study further characterizes these major processes of cholinergic function, by analyzing the time-course of ACh release and Ch uptake and by comparing the effect of two secretagogues, KCl and veratridine, in pinched-off nerve terminals (synaptosomes) from cuttlefish optic lobes.
Toxin T46 from Gymnodinium breve (formerly Ptychodiscus brevis) enhances activation of voltage-sensitive sodium channels by veratridine.
Intracellular sodium and positive inotropic effect of veratridine and cardiac glycoside in sheep perkinje fibers.
Catterall WA, Risk M 1980, Toxin t4-6 from Ptychodiscus brevis (formerly Gymnodinium breve) enhances activation of voltage-gates sodium channels by veratridine.
Toxin T48 from Ptychodiscus brevis (formerly Gymnodinium breve) enhances activation of voltage-sensitive sodium channels by veratridine.