|Description||Lycorine is a toxic crystalline alkaloid found in various Amaryllidaceae species, such as the cultivated bush lily , surprise lilies, and daffodils. It may be highly poisonous, or even lethal, when ingested in certain quantities. Symptoms of lycorine toxicity are vomiting, diarrhea, and convulsions.|
|Purity||98 %. (NMR)|
|Solubility||slightly in 95% alcohol; not well in water; not in chloroform.|
|Storage||Stable in dry state, store at + 4 °C, in dark place.|
|Melting Point||210-212 °C.|
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