J.Chromatog., 36 (1968) ,105-108
The main objective of the present study was to develop a gas chromatographic method for the separation and identification of the alkaloids of peyote, Laphophora williamsii (Lem. ex SD.) Coult. This cactus, sometimes used as a narcotic, contains some 14 known alkaloids of the phenylethylamine and the tetrahydroisoquinoline groups.
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Gas chromatography of peyote alkaloids
A new peyote alkaloid