/pat"yoo lin, pach"oo-/, n. Pharm.
a toxic antibiotic, C7H6O4, derived from various fungi, as Penicillium patulum and Aspergillus clavatus. Also called clavacin.
[1940-45; < NL patul(um) specific epithet of the fungus (L: neut. of patulus PATULOUS) + -IN2]

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