rescinnamine

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rescinnamine

 [re-sin´ah-min]
a rauwolfia alkaloid administered orally as an antihypertensive agent.
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res·cin·na·mine

(rē-sin'ă-mēn, -min),
A purified ester alkaloid of the alseroxylon fraction of species of Rauwolfia; chemically and pharmacologically related to reserpine with similar uses.
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rescinnamine

(rē-sĭn′ă-mĭn)
An antihypertensive drug derived from species of Rauwolfia.
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