bufotalin

bufotalin
\\ˌbyüfəˈtalə̇n, -tāl-\ noun (-s)
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary bufo- (from New Latin Bufo, genus name of Bufo vulgaris) + digitalin
: a crystalline bufagin C26H36O6 obtained especially from the poisonous secretion of skin glands of the common European toad (Bufo vulgaris)

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