scopolamine [skō päl′ə mēn΄, skō päl′əmin]
[Ger scopolamin < ModL Scopolia, genus of plants in which the alkaloid appears (after G. A. Scopoli (1723-88), of Pavia, Italy) + Ger amin, AMINE]
an alkaloid, C17H21NO4, obtained from various plants of the nightshade family, as belladonna, and used in medicine as a sedative or hypnotic, and sometimes with morphine to relieve pain

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