Alkaloids are naturally occurring chemical compounds containing nitrogen atoms, having pharmacological effects in animals and humans. For plants, they have a role of protection against pests and predators. For humans, they have many applications in medicine.
Due to their hudge diversity, many classification of alkaloid reference materials have been issued: by structure, by biosynthetic pathway, by plant, by pharmacological effects… For our alkaloid standards collection, we have selected a structural approach. Main families are : azine (pyrrolidine and rel.), azolidine (piperidine and rel.), indole, isoquinoline, quinoline, quinolizidine, triterpenoid and tropane.
For a review concerning classification, see : Evans_978-0-7020-2933-2
- Code : #1580 10 mg
- Formula : C₁₇H₁₉NO₄,HBr,3H₂O