One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A compound with antipyretic properties, derived from cinchona bark and used as a substitute for quinine.
An alkaloid; chemical formula: C₁₉H₂₂ON₂
- ‘The invention also concerns a method for preparing cinchonine dichlorhydrate from cinchonine and the use of pharmaceutical compositions containing cinchonine dichlorhydrate for treating multiple drug resistance.’
- ‘We conclude that intravenous infusion of cinchonine might be started 12 hours before chemotherapy infusion.’
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