Some Pharmacological Actions of D-Lysergic Acid Methyl Carbinolamide

@article{Glsser1961SomePA,
  title={Some Pharmacological Actions of D-Lysergic Acid Methyl Carbinolamide},
  author={A. Gl{\"a}sser},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1961},
  volume={189},
  pages={313-314}
}
  • A. Glässer
  • Published 28 January 1961
  • Chemistry, Biology
  • Nature
D-LYSERGIC acid methyl carbinolamide, C18H21N3O2, is a new alkaloid produced by a strain of Claviceps paspali Stewens and Hall. Arcamone, Bonino, Chain, Ferretti, Pennella, Tonolo and Vero1 isolated the new alkaloid from submerged cultures and determined its structure. I have now investigated some of the pharmacological actions of the new alkaloid. 
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Production of Lysergic Acid Derivatives by a Strain of Claviceps paspali Stevens and Hall in Submerged Culture
A STRAIN of Claviceps paspali Stevens and Hall isolated from the grass Paspalum distichum L. found growing on a hill in the neighbourhood of Rome was found, after propagation on a rye embryo grown on