triorthocresyl phosphate

tri·orth·o·cres·yl phos·phate (TOCP),

(trī'ōrth-ō-kres'il fos'fāt),
A triaryl phosphate; produces a delayed neurotoxicity. An infamous incident occurred when it appeared in an extract of Jamaica ginger and was responsible for thousands of cases of paralysis during the Prohibition era.
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