Paraherquamide A, Penicillium simlicissimum
- Appearance:White Powder
- Purity:95% by HPLC
Paraherquamide A was first reported as a mycotoxin related to the indole tremorgenic mycotoxins. Subsequent research identified a potent non-toxic paralysis of nematodes which led to the metabolite's development as a candidate anthelmintic. Paraherquamide A is a selective, competitive, cholinergic antagonist that distinguishes subtypes of cholinergic receptors.
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