[pen-uh-sil-uh-meen, -min] /ˌpɛn əˈsɪl əˌmin, -mɪn/
a chelating agent, C 5 H 1 1 NO 2 S, produced by the degradation of , used in the treatment of severe rheumatoid arthritis and in heavy metal poisoning.
penicillamine pen·i·cil·la·mine (pěn’ĭ-sĭl’ə-mēn’)
A degradation product of penicillin that is used as a chelating agent and in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and copper poisoning.
[pen-uh-sil-it, -eyt] /ˌpɛn əˈsɪl ɪt, -eɪt/ adjective 1. having a penicil or penicils. /ˌpɛnɪˈsɪlɪt; -eɪt/ adjective 1. (biology) having or resembling one or more tufts of fine hairs: a penicillate caterpillar
[peen-l-ahyz, pen-] /ˈpin lˌaɪz, ˈpɛn-/ verb (used with object), penalized, penalizing. 1. to subject to a penalty, as a person. 2. to declare (an action, deed, etc.) punishable by law or rule. 3. to put under a disadvantage or handicap. /ˈpiːnəˌlaɪz/ verb (transitive) 1. to impose a penalty on (someone), as for breaking a law […]
noun, English Criminal Law. 1. imprisonment together with hard labor. noun 1. (English criminal law) (formerly) the imprisonment of an offender and his subjection to hard labour. It was substituted for transportation in 1853 and abolished in 1948 Compare hard labour
- Penicillin g
penicillin G n. The most commonly used penicillin compound, used primarily in the form of its stable salts. Also called benzylpenicillin.