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ly·ser·gic ac·id

(lī-ser'jik as'id),
The d-isomer is a cleavage product of alkaline hydrolysis of ergot alkaloids; occurs as shiny crystals, slightly soluble in water; a psychotomimetic.
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lysergic acid

(lĭ-sûr′jĭk, lī-)
n.
A crystalline alkaloid, C16H16N2O2, derived from ergot and used in medical research as a psychotomimetic agent.
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lysergic acid

An ergot alkaloid, one of the components of ERGOTAMINE.
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lysergic acid

see LSD.
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ly·ser·gic ac·id

(lī-ser'jik as'id)
The d-isomer is a cleavage product of alkaline hydrolysis of ergot alkaloids; a psychotomimetic.
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