lamotrigine

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la·mo·tri·gine

 (lə-mō′trĭ-jēn′)
n.
An anticonvulsant drug, C9H7Cl2N5, used also as a mood stabilizer to treat bipolar disorder.

[Perhaps (ch)l(oro)- + am(in)o + -trigine (alteration of triazine).]
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lamotrigine

n lamotrigina
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