Triethylcholine

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Triethylcholine
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Formula C8H20NO
Molar mass 146.2505 g/mol
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Triethylcholine is a drug which mimics choline, and causes failure of cholinergic transmission by interfering with synthesis of acetylcholine in nerve endings.[1]

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  1. ^ Nature 199, 487 - 488 (3 August 1963) doi:10.1038/199487b0