[fen-l-zeen] /ˈfɛn lˌzin/

noun, Pharmacology.
a potent monoamine oxidase inhibitor, C 8 H 1 2 N 2 , used to treat certain kinds of depression.

phenelzine phen·el·zine (fěn’əl-zēn’)
A monoamine oxidase inhibitor used especially in the form of its sulfate as an antidepressant.


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