|Description||Trichodesmine is a pyrrolizidine alkaloid that has neurotoxic effects and is naturally found in Crotolaria argyptiaca, a shrub plant that is native to the south eastern desert of Egypt. Trichodesmine is also known to have toxic effects on pyrrole binding and Glutathione metabolism in the rat.|
|Solubility||well in methanol, ethanol, chloroform, acetone and water.|
|Storage||Store at +4 °C, in dark place.|
|Melting Point||160-161 °C (decomp)|
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