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Both groups of compounds display a range of biological activities, such as cytotoxicity, inhibition of adenosine transfer into rabbit erythrocytes (red blood cells), Ca2+ channel antagonistic action, α1 adrenergic blockade and others.
Both compounds have been reproduced in the laboratory by organic synthesis.
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