Saturday, 15 August 2020
Atropine Sulfate Monohydrate is a cholinergic receptor antagonist isolated from Atropa belladona L., Datura stramonium L., and other plants of Solanaceae family. Atropine Sulfate Monohydrate has been shown to be a competitive nonselective antagonist at central and peripheral mAChR M (muscarinic acetylcholine receptors). Excitatory junction potentials can be blocked by Atropine Sulfate Monohydrate, used at micromolar concentrations. The compound also acts as an antispasmodic agent and does not exhibit any detectable effects on the CNS.