pathoamine

path·o·am·ine

(path'ō-am'ēn),
A ptomaine; a toxic amine causing disease or resulting from a disease process.

pathoamine

An obsolete nonspecific term for a toxic amine, either:
(1) Formed courtesy of bacterial action on proteins—e.g., through decarboxylation of amino acids; or
(2) Formed or caused by a disease process.