Strong antinociceptive effect of incarvillateine, a novel monoterpene alkaloid from Incarvillea sinensis.

Incarvillea sinensis is a wild plant distributed in northern China. The dried whole plant has been traditionally used to treat rheumatism and relieve pain as an ancient Chinese crude drug. To investigate its antinociceptive activity, we evaluated several fractions derived from the methanolic extract of Incarvillea sinensis in the formalin-induced pain model… (More)

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