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Behavioral studies on alkaloids extracted from the leaves of Hunteria zeylanica


, : Behavioral studies on alkaloids extracted from the leaves of Hunteria zeylanica. Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 19(3): 394-399

H. zeylanica has been used in folk medicine to cure yaws and to reduce boils and skin irritations. The effects of a crude methanol extract, butanol- and chloroform-fractions, and a pure compound, corymine, extracted from the leaves of H. zeylanica on locomotor activity and rearing, pentobarbital-induced sleep, and drug-induced convulsions were studied in mice.

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Accession: 002763511

PMID: 8924908

DOI: 10.1248/bpb.19.394

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