sparteine

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spar·te·ine

(spar'tē-ēn, -tē-in),
An alkaloid obtained from scoparius, Cytisus scoparius and Lupinus luteus; sparteine sulfate was used as an oxytocic drug.
Synonym(s): lupinidine
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sparteine

(spär′tē-ēn′, -ĭn)
n.
A bitter, poisonous, liquid alkaloid, C15H26N2, that is present in the broom Cytisus scoparius and in the seeds of several species of Lupinus.
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