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|Molar mass||109.132 g·mol−1|
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Brunfelsamidine is a poisonous pyrrolidine occurring in several species belonging to the Solanaceous (nightshade family) genus Brunfelsia, which has convulsant and neurotoxic effects. It is a fairly common cause of poisoning among domestic animals such as cows and dogs that eat the plant. Symptoms are similar to poisoning from strychnine and can last from a few hours up to several days.
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