Kainic-acid



[kahy-nik] /ˈkaɪ nɪk/

noun, Pharmacology.
1.
an analogue of glutamate, C 10 H 15 NO 4 , derived from the red alga Digenia simplex, used experimentally to stimulate certain neurons in the brain.

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