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PHG 322 PHARMACOGONSY II LECTURE 2 PRESENTED BY ASSISTANT PROF. DR. EBTESAM ALSHEDDI بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم.

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1 PHG 322 PHARMACOGONSY II LECTURE 2 PRESENTED BY ASSISTANT PROF. DR. EBTESAM ALSHEDDI بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

2 Stability:  Generally alkaloids are decomposed by heat except:caffeine sublimes without decomposition 2  Effect of Acids:  hot dil. acids or conc. mineral acids may cause: Dehydration apoalkaloids morphine e.g. apomorphine O-demethylation codeine morphine e.g. conc HCl or HI + CH 3 Cl or CH 3 I Next page !

3 Hydrolysis of - ester alkaloids: e.g.atropine - glucoalkaloids: e.g.solanine 3 Stability: (cont.)  Effect of Acids: (cont.)  hot dil. acids or conc. mineral acids may cause:

4  Effect of Alkalies: Effect of weak alkalies Effect of hot dil. alkalies Effect of strong alkalies Stability: (cont.) liberate most alkaloids from their salts form salts with alkaloids containing carboxylic group e.g Narceine + NaHCO 3 Na salt

5 b) Effect of strong alkalies: salt salt(phenates) phenolic alkaloid + aq. NaOH or KOH cleavage of lactone ring c) Effect of hot dilute alkalies: e.g. pilocarpine hydrolysis of ester alkaloids e.g.atropine corresponding acid Pilocarpic acid

6 Tests for identification: Precipitation reactions Colour reactions include two types of reactions: include two types of reactions: 1) Precipitation reactions: precipitating reagent Coloured ppts (amorphous or crystalline) aqueous soln. of alkaloidal salts + (contains heavy metals e.g. Hg, Cd, Bi, …) N.B.  certain alkaloids do not react e.g. caffeine 6 most reagents precipitate: proteins, tannins, … false positive results are possible false positive results are possible

7 Classification of Alkaloidal precipitating agents: 1- Reagents that form double salts: a- Mayer’s Reagent: Potassium Mercuric Iodide. b- Dragendorff’s Reagents: Potassium Iodobismethate. c- Gold Chloride. 2- Reagents Containing Halogens: a- Wagner’s Reagent: Iodine/ Potassium Iodide. 3-Organic Acids: a- Hager’s Reagent: Picric Acid b- Tannic Acid. 4- Oxygenated High Molecular Weight Acids: a- Phosphomolybdic acid b- Phosphotungestic acid c- Silicotungestic Acid

8 Colour Reagents: 1- Froehd’s Reagent: Phosphomolybdic acid 2- Marqui’s Reagent: Formaldehyde/ Conc. H 2 SO 4 3- Mandalin’s Reagent: Sulphovanidic acid 4- Erdmann’s Reagent: Conc. HNO 3 /Conc. H 2 SO 4 5- Mecke's Reagent: Selenious acid / conc. H 2 SO 4 6- Shaer's Reagent: Hydrogen peroxide / conc. H 2 SO 4 7- Rosenthaler's Reagent: Potassium arsenate / conc. H 2 SO 4 8- Conc. HNO 3 These tests are sensitive to micro amounts used for colourimetric determination (quantitative) solid (free base) colour reagent + (contain conc H 2 SO 4 + an oxidizing agent) + an oxidizing agent)characteristiccolour

9 9 1) Vitalis test for solanaceous alkaloids: + conc HNO 3 & alc. KOH + conc HNO 3 & alc. KOH violet colour 2) Van-Urks test for ergot alkaloids: + PDAB in conc H 2 SO 4 blue colour - specific for - specific for one alkaloid or a group of related alkaloid:

10 N.B. + ve with: + ve with: - most alkaloids 10 Pharmacological activity: wide range of pharmacological activities Pharmacological activity Alkaloid Analgesic & narcotics Morphine CNS stimulant Caffeine & strychnine Anti-tussiveCodeine MydriaticAtropine Anticancer Vincristine, vinblastine, taxol

11 11 Chemical classification: Chemical classification: Non-heterocyclic Heterocyclic = typical alkaloids = Atypical alkaloids (Protoalkaloids) 14 major groups according to ring structure

12 I.Alkaloids of the Pyridine nucleus: classified according to building nucleus into: Pyridine nucleus only Pyridine nucleus + another nitrogenous ring Tetrahydro- pyridine nucleusPiperidinenucleusPyridone nucleus nucleus 12

13 Volatileliquids 1) Pyridine alkaloids containing another nitrogenous ring: nitrogenous ring: e.g. Tobacco alkaloids (-)-nicotine (major) nor-nicotine nicoteine non-volatileliquid 13

14 Properties: Nicotine  Colourless or pale yellow oily liquid air or light brown 2 basic N atoms form salts with acids less basic 14 Tests: Colour tests aq. soln + aq. soln +PDAB rose red colour rose red colour violet colour gradually nicotine + nicotine + picric acid Crystals

15 Pharmacological actions & uses:  Little use in medicine due to high toxicity  In small doses respiratory stimulant  In larger doses respiratory depressant  Increases incidence of abortion  Main use: Insecticide & anthelmintic in veterinary medicine 15

16 2) Piperidine alkaloids:  e.g. alkaloids of: a) Black pepper b) Conium d) Pomogranate a) Pepper alkaloids:  Occurrence: fruits Piper. P. nigrum  Occurrence: fruits of Piper species e.g. P. nigrum piperine  Major alkaloid: piperine 16  weak basic  It is very weak basic No salt + acid  Colour tests + H 2 SO 4 Red colour c) Lobelia

17 17 insoluble in: insoluble in: H2OH2OH2OH2O soluble in: soluble in: CHCl 3 & EtOH Piperine Piperine + alc KOH Piperidine + Piperic Piperic acid Crystal tests alc. soln. + Wagner`s reag. blue crystals

18 Uses:  Mainly as condiment  Used in rubefacient preparations Chronic toxicity:  Prologed use at high doses loss of taste buds in tongue 18  Little use in medicine

19 C- LOBELIA ALKALOIDS Occurrence: the dried aerial parts of Lobelia inflata.(indian tobacoo) Major alkaloid: Lobeline crystalline)

20 Uses: -Asthma -Chronic bronchitis -Anti-smoking preparations -Injection of lobeline hydrochloride is used in the resuscitation of newborn infants. Caution: Toxic doses the herb has a paralytic effect

21 D- POMEGRANATE ALKALOID Occurrence: the fruit rind, root bark and stem bark of Punica granata Major alkaloid: pelltierine (liquid) pelletierine tannate (mixture, solid) Alkali decompose it to give free alkaloids Pomegranates have astringent properties because of the alkaloids (pelletierine tannate) present in the bark of the stems and roots and have been used for many years as an anthelmintic: removing tapeworms

22 II. Alkaloids of the Quinoline group  Most important → Cinchona alkaloids Cinchona alkaloids  Present in the barkCinchona species  Present in the bark Cinchona species - C. succirubra (red Cinchona) F. Rubiaceae - Cinchona ledgeriana & C. calisaya (yellow Cinchona)  e.g. of alkaloids: two groups of stereoisomers: Quinine (l) & Quinidine (d) Cinchonidine (l) & Cinchonine (d) 50% > 50% 22

23 RAlkaloidH Cinchonine & cinchonidine OCH 3 Quinine & quinidine Structure: 23 Quinine:  Intensely bitter solid (few drops till yellow colour appears) Quinine (Cinchonidine epimer at C-9) Quinidine (Cinchonine epimer at C-9)

24 24 Cinchonine & Cinchonidine are less soluble in H 2 O than quinine & quinidine Test: 1) + dil H 2 SO 4 1) Fluorescence test: + dil H 2 SO 4 Fluorescence + ve for quinine & quinidine 2) Thalleoquine test: aq. soln of alkaloidal salt + Br 2 /H 2 O + NH 4 OH Emerald green colour Quinine (l) gives Quinidine (d) among other products when warmed with KOH in amyl alcohol

25 Uses: anti-malarial used as  Quinidine used as used as cardiac depressant (anti-arrythmic)  Quinine as Quinine sulphate or other salts has febrifuge effect (contra indicated in pregnancy as it causes abortion)  Cinchonine and Cinchonidine are used as anti-rheumatic 25

26 Structure activity relationship:  For antimalarial activity (Quinine): - Removal of vinyl group loss of activity - Replacement of CHOH by: - CHCl, CH 2, CO decreases activity Vinyl group 26

27 III. Alkaloids of the Isoquinoline group IpecacuanhaOpium (Papaverine type) 27

28 ISOQUINOLINE ALKALOIDS 1- IPECACUANHA ALKALOIDS Occurrence: Ipecac is the dried roots and rhizomes of Cephalis ipecacuanha (Brazilian ipecacuanha) or Cephalis acuminata (Cartagena or Panama ipecacuanha) Fam. Rubiaceae. It contains several alkaloids (2 –2.5 %), mainly emetine ( % of total alkaloids), with cephaline and psychotrine.

29 Emetine: It is non phenolic and levorotatory. It contains 2 basic nitrogens. Cephaline: It is phenolic and levorotatory. It gives emetine on methylation with (CH 3 ) 2 SO 4. Psychotrine: Occurs as yellow prisms. It is phenolic and gives cephaline on reduction. It gives emetine on reduction followed by methylation.

30  TESTS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF IPECA ALKALOIDS: Alkaloidal solution in HCl + Ca hypochlorite  orange color. Emetine and cephaline + Froehd's reagent:  dirty green color (the color with emetine fades by addition of HCl). Psychotrine + Froehd's reagent:  pale green color. Cephaline and psychotrine + p-nitrodiazobenzene  dye soluble in NaOH  purple color. Psychotrine + conc. H 2 SO 4 + HNO 3  cherry red color. Emetine + Liebermann's reagent  black color.

31  USES: Emetine and cephaeline have antitumour and antiviral activity, but are too toxic for therapeutic use. Emetine and psychotrine are mainly used as emetic drugs. The crude drug is used as expectorant (due to its saponin content). Emetine HCl has an antiamoebic effect, and are used for the treatment of amoebic dysentry and Fasciola. Ipeca alkaloids are diaphoretic, alone or in combination with opium (e.g. Dover's powder).


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