Veratridine

Veratridine is a steroid-derived alkaloid from plants in the Liliaceae family that functions as a neurotoxin by abolishing inactivation of sodium ion channels. It is primarily obtained from the herb Veratrum and sabadilla seeds. It binds to intramembrane receptor site 2 and increases intracellular Ca2+ concentration. It acts by preferentially bind...
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veratridine

<chemical> 3-veratroylveracevine. One of the components in the veratrine mixture of alkaloids. Found in the seed of schoenocaulon officinale and in rhizome of veratrum album l., liliaceae. ... Chemical name: Cevane-3,4,12,14,16,17,20-heptol, 4,9-epoxy-, 3-(3,4-dimethoxybenzoate), (3beta,4alpha,16beta)- ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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veratridine

Type: Term Pronunciation: ver′ă-trī′dēn Definitions: 1. An alkaloid derived from Veratrum viridae and V. album. Probably responsible for antihypertensive properties of this class of alkaloids.
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