Definition of Curarines

1. curarine [n] - See also: curarine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Curarines

curagh
curaghs
curandera
curanderas
curandero
curanderoes
curanderos
curara
curaras
curare
curares
curari
curariform
curarimimetic
curarine
curarines (current term)
curaris
curarise
curarised
curarises
curarization
curarizations
curarize
curarized
curarizes
curarizing
curassow
curassows
curat
curate

Literary usage of Curarines

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1. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"an amorphous red powder, more poisonous than the other curarines. ... the curarines are quaternary ammonium bases, and in this connection it is noteworthy ..."

2. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"... an amorphous red powder, more poisonous than the other curarines. (For the physiological action of curara, sec Nikolski and Dogiel (Pflügers Archiv. 47. ..."

3. Répertoire de pharmacie (1891)
"Les curarines qu'on trouve dans le commerce ne sont que des extraits purifiés et décolorés, qui contiennent, en outre de l'alcaloïde, deux autres principes ..."

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