atabrin


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atabrin

(ˈætəbrɪn)
n
(Pharmacology) another name for Atebrin
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By then I was as yellow as the Atabrin brought by the GIs.
The first satisfactory substitute to be found was quinacrine (also called Atabrin), first developed in Germany and established as a successful antimalarial in 1932.