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Conolidine is a compound used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Preliminary reports suggest that conolidine could provide analgesic
effects with few of the detrimental side-effects associated with
opioids such as morphine, though at present it has only been
evaluated in mouse models. Conolidine was first isolated in 2004,
from the bark of the tabernaemontana divaricata (crepe jasmine)
shrub. A method for creating synthetic conolidine from a
commercially available acetyl-pyridine in 9 steps was developed by
Micalizio, Bohn, and coworkers in 2011.
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