suberylarginine

noun
su·​ber·​yl·​arginine | \ ¦sübərə̇l+\

Definition of suberylarginine

: a monoamide derived from suberic acid and arginine and obtained by hydrolysis of bufotoxins

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History and Etymology for suberylarginine

suberyl (from French subéryle, from subér- —in subérique suberic—+ -yle -yl) + arginine

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