ergocryptine
An alkaloid isolated from ergot.

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er·go·cryp·tine -'krip-.tēn, -tən n an alkaloid C32H41N5O5 obtained from ergot

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er·go·cryp·tine (ur″go-kripґtēn) a toxic ergot alkaloid of the ergotoxine group.

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