ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:3329
HYPACONITINE

Freqency:
in 4 ingredients:

  • 326
  • 399
  • 432
  • 485
  • in 8 recipes:

  • 17
  • 76
  • 146
  • 184
  • 185
  • 222
  • 285
  • 478

  • Properties
    C33H45NO10    615.72





    1:  Muroi M, Kimura I, Kimura M.
    Blocking effects of hypaconitine and aconitine on nerve action potentials in phrenic nerve-diaphragm muscles of mice.
    Neuropharmacology.    impact factor:   4.176
    1990;  29(6): 567-72

    2:  Chan TY.
    Incidence of herb-induced aconitine poisoning in Hong Kong: impact of publicity measures to promote awareness among the herbalists and the public.
    Drug Saf.    impact factor:   2.763
    2002;  25(11): 823-8

    3:  Mizugaki M, Ito K, Ohyama Y, Konishi Y, Tanaka S, Kurasawa K.
    Quantitative analysis of Aconitum alkaloids in the urine and serum of a male attempting suicide by oral intake of aconite extract.
    J Anal Toxicol.    impact factor:   2.221
    1998;  22(4): 336-40

    4:  Yoshioka N, Gonmori K, Tagashira A, Boonhooi O, Hayashi M, Saito Y, Mizugaki M.
    A case of aconitine poisoning with analysis of aconitine alkaloids by GC/SIM.
    Forensic Sci Int.    impact factor:   1.394
    1996;  81(2-3): 117-23

    5:  Kimura M, Muroi M, Kimura I, Sakai S, Kitagawa I.
    Hypaconitine, the dominant constituent responsible for the neuromuscular blocking action of the Japanese-sino medicine "bushi" (aconite root).
    Jpn J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   1.317
    1988;  48(2): 290-3

     
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