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We report on a patient with Amanita pantherina poisoning who showed a burst suppression pattern on electroencephalography during… Expand Ibotenic acid and muscimol are substances which mostly participate in psychotropic properties of Amanita pantherina and Amanita… Expand OBJECTIVES
Ibotenic acid, muscimol and muscarine were recognized as responsible for psychotropic effects of A. muscaria and A… Expand A case of a 72-year-old female who ingested panther cap (Amanita pantherina) was presented. During the ingestion of mushrooms she… Expand An analysis of patients with mushroom poisoning hospitalized in the Clinic of Toxicology in Cracow revealed that only a small… Expand Amanita pantherina poisoning is suspected as the cause of a severe, transient neurological disorder in three 5-week-old German… Expand Amanita pantherina and Amanita muscaria are commonly occurring mushrooms in Polish forests. They contain ibotenic acid and… Expand An antagonist of NMDA-sensitive glutamate receptors in rat brain membrane and rat spinal motoneurones was isolated from Amanita… Expand The clinical features and management of nine cases of mushroom poisoning due to Amanita pantherina (eight cases) and Amanita… Expand