Glaucine

Glau'cine adjective Glaucous or glaucescent.
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Glaucine

Glau'cine noun (Chemistry) An alkaloid obtained from the plant Glaucium , as a bitter, white, crystalline substance.
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glaucine

<chemistry> An alkaloid obtained from the plant Glaucium, as a bitter, white, crystalline substance. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Glaucine

• (n.) An alkaloid obtained from the plant Glaucium, as a bitter, white, crystalline substance. • (a.) Glaucous or glaucescent.
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glaucine

glaucine An alkaloid obtained from the plant Glaucium, as a bitter, white, crystalline substance.
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Glaucine

It has bronchodilator and antiinflammatory effects, acting as a PDE4 inhibitor and calcium channel blocker, and is used medically as an antitussive in some countries. Glaucine may produce side effects such as sedation, fatigue, and a hallucinogenic effect characterised by colourful visual images, and has been detected as a novel psychoactive drug.
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glaucine

Type: Term Pronunciation: glaw′sēn Definitions: 1. The d-form prevalent in nature. Antitussive agent found in Glaucium flavum, (G. luteum scop.), Papaveraceae and in Dicentra and Corydalis species, family Fumariceae. Synonyms: boldine dimethyl ether
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