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Neriine

neriine –>
conessine
Roquessine; 3b-(dimethylamino)con-5-enine; 3b-dimethylamino-18a:20a-methylimino-5-pregnene;a steroid alkaloid derived from Holarrhena antidysenterica (conessi); a yellow astringent, used in the treatment of amoebic dysentery and vaginal trichomoniasis.
Synonym: neriine, wrightine.


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