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Catalog No.S3883 Synonyms: Corydinine, Fumarine, Biflorine, Macleyine
CAS No. 130-86-9
Protopine (Corydinine, Fumarine, Biflorine, Macleyine), an alkaloid present in different plants, has been shown to exhibit a number of activities, such as inhibition of calcium influx through both voltage and receptor-operated channels and inhibition of rabbit blood platelet aggregation. It also possesses anti-cholinergic and anti-histaminic as well as anti-bacterial activities.
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|Description||Protopine (Corydinine, Fumarine, Biflorine, Macleyine), an alkaloid present in different plants, has been shown to exhibit a number of activities, such as inhibition of calcium influx through both voltage and receptor-operated channels and inhibition of rabbit blood platelet aggregation. It also possesses anti-cholinergic and anti-histaminic as well as anti-bacterial activities.|
Protopine is found to be cytoprotective against oxidative stress-induced cell death in vitro. It inhibits several human CYP enzymes and is reported to be potent inhibitors of CYP2D6 and to suppress, albeit with less potency, the activities of CYP3A4, CYP1A2, and CYP2B6 as well. Protopine also inhibits CYP2C19. Protopine is a novel microtubule stabilizer with anticancer activity in HRPC cells through apoptotic pathway by modulating Cdk1 activity and Bcl-2 family of proteins. Protopine inhibits serotonin and noradrenaline transporter with IC50 values of 0.94 and 19.5 μM. The inhibiting effect of protopine on serotonin uptake (Ki = 0.92 μM) is stronger than that of protopine on NE uptake (Ki = 19.26 μM.
|In vivo||A pharmacokinetic study in rats after oral administration of a single dose of Rhizoma Corydalis Decumbentis extract, equivalent to 15.4 mg of protopine per kg of body weight, shows that the maximum plasma level of protopine reaches 348 ng/ml, i.e. 0.98 μM. In a similar study on rabbits, the maximum plasma concentration of protopine is 1.03 g/ml, i.e. 2.91 μM. Protopine may be a potential therapeuticagent of antidepressant which targeted on SERT and NET in mice models. It has an antidepressant-like effect on animal models.|
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|Synonyms||Corydinine, Fumarine, Biflorine, Macleyine|
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