benzoylecgonine

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ben·zo·ylec·gon·ine

(ben'zō-il-ek'gō-nēn),
A metabolite of cocaine produced by hydrolysis; it can be detected in urine.
Synonym(s): ecgonine benzoate

benzoylecgonine

/ben·zo·yl·ec·go·nine/ (ben″zo-il-ek´go-nēn) the major metabolite of cocaine; detectable in the blood by laboratory testing.

benzoylecgonine

The major metabolite of cocaine which is detected in the urine of persons who have recently abused the drug. Benzoylecognine is the cocaine metabolite most often measured in toxicology.

benzoylecgonine

Toxicology The major metabolite of cocaine which is detectable in the urine. See Cocaine.