Ergotamine meaning

ûr-gŏtə-mēn, -mĭn
A crystalline alkaloid, C33 H35 N5 O5 , derived from ergot that induces vasoconstriction and is used especially in treating migraine.
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An alkaloid, C33H35O5N5, isolated from ergot and used esp. in the treatment of migraine headaches.
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A crystalline alkaloid, C33 H35 N5 O5 , derived from ergot that induces vasoconstriction and is used especially in treating migraine.
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A crystalline alkaloid derived from ergot that induces vasoconstriction and is used especially in the treatment of migraine headaches. Chemical formula: C33H35N5O5.
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(organic chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacology) An alkaloid, extracted from ergot, that causes constriction of blood vessels and has been used to treat migraine; it is related to lysergic acid.
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