epibatidine

A toxic alkaloid extracted from the venom of a South American frog, Epipedobates tricolor. The venom has been used as an arrow poison by native hunters; exerts analgesia by a mechanism other than activation of opiate receptors or cyclooxygenase inhibition. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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epibatidine

Type: Term Pronunciation: ep′i-ba′ti-dēn Definitions: 1. A toxic alkaloid extracted from the skin of a South American frog, Epipedobates tricolor. Apparently derived from particular insects consumed in the Amazon basin. The crude extract has been used as an arrow poison by native hunters; exerts analgesia by a mechanism other than ...
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Epibatidine

Epibatidine is a potent poisonous alkaloid found on the skin of the Epipedobates anthonyi (formally named Epipedobates tricolor) species of poison dart frog. These frogs, like other poison dart frogs, are best known for their ability to sequester poisons from their prey and secrete these poisons onto their backs. Epibatidine is unique to Epipedoba...
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