gamma (gamma)-aminobutyric acid

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gam·ma (γ)-a·mi·no·bu·tyr·ic ac·id

(GABA) (gam'ă ă-mē'nō-byū-tir'ik as'id)
4-aminobutyric acid; the principal inhibitory neurotransmitter, used in the treatment of epilepsy.