ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:3328
HYOSCYAMINE


NSC#:61808
Aldrich#:11320
Aldrich#:A0132
Aldrich#:A3661
Aldrich#:A9547
Aldrich#:H9002
Aldrich#:S445665
FDA approved!!!

Freqency:
in 1 ingredients:

  • 178
  • in 8 recipes:

  • 19
  • 47
  • 122
  • 340
  • 383
  • 441
  • 446
  • 473

  • Properties
    C17H23NO3    289.37





    1:  Lohmann C, Myhr KL, Wong RO.
    Transmitter-evoked local calcium release stabilizes developing dendrites.
    Nature.    impact factor:   29.491
    2002;  418(6894): 177-81

    2:  Livolsi A, Feldman J, Feingold J, Weiss L, Alembik Y, Sharifah-Anion IM, Fischbach M, Messer J, Bousquet P.
    First model of spontaneous vagal hyperreactivity and its mode of genetic transmission.
    Circulation.    impact factor:   9.903
    2002;  106(18): 2301-4

    3:  Hundley WG, Morgan TM, Neagle CM, Hamilton CA, Rerkpattanapipat P, Link KM.
    Magnetic resonance imaging determination of cardiac prognosis.
    Circulation.    impact factor:   9.903
    2002;  106(18): 2328-33

    4:  Buckmaster PS, Zhang GF, Yamawaki R.
    Axon sprouting in a model of temporal lobe epilepsy creates a predominantly excitatory feedback circuit.
    J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
    2002;  22(15): 6650-8

    5:  Liste I, Bernard V, Bloch B.
    Acute and chronic acetylcholinesterase inhibition regulates in vivo the localization and abundance of muscarinic receptors m2 and m4 at the cell surface and in the cytoplasm of striatal neurons.
    Mol Cell Neurosci.    impact factor:   5.654
    2002;  20(2): 244-56

     
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