digitalin


dig·i·tal·in

noun \ˌdi-jə-ˈta-lən also -ˈtā-\

Definition of DIGITALIN

1
:  a white crystalline steroid glycoside C36H56O14 obtained from seeds especially of the common foxglove
2
:  a mixture of the glycosides of digitalis

Origin of DIGITALIN

New Latin Digitalis
First Known Use: 1837

dig·i·tal·in

noun \ˌdij-ə-ˈtal-ən also -ˈtāl-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of DIGITALIN

1
: a white crystalline steroid glycoside C36H56O14 obtained from seeds of the common European foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)
2
: a mixture of the glycosides of digitalis leaves or seeds

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