Detection of reserpine-like substances in the myocardium of animls and man

  • P. P. Goryaev
  • A. M. Vikhert
  • Yu. S. Petrenko
Biochemistry and Biophysics


Substances similar in some of their physicochemical properties to reserpine were found in the myocardium of animals and man. The tissues of the myocardium were shown to synthesize these substances from formate and tryptophan.

Key Words

myocardium biosynthesis of reserpine-like substances 


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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • P. P. Goryaev
  • A. M. Vikhert
  • Yu. S. Petrenko

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