divicine

di·vic·ine

(dī'vis-ēn),
A base with alkaloidal properties present in Lathyrus sativus that is responsible, in part at least, for the latter's poisonous action. See: lathyrism.
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Favism: Fava beans contain oxidants like glycosides, divicine and isouramil and other unknown factors.
Faba beans contain compounds such as divicine and isouramil that produce irreversible GSH oxidation as well as in other groups of proteins united by SH groups.