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A poisonous crystalline derivative of glycine, C8H9NO3, used as a photographic developer.

[Probably from glycine.]
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glycine [ˈglaɪsiːn] Nglicina f
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Similar results were obtained by L-histidine, DL-aspartic acid, L-arginine, L-glutamic acid, glycin, L-asparagine and L-cystine, while, sharp deleterious effect was observed in case ofL-tryptophan, L-alanine and DL-methionine.