Meaning of gadinine in English:

gadinine

(also gadinin)

Pronunciation /ˈɡadɪniːn/ /ˈɡadɪnʌɪn/

noun

Chemistry
  • An alkaloid formed by the putrefaction of proteins. Now chiefly historical.

    Formula: C₇H₁₆NO₂.

Origin

Late 19th century (in an earlier sense). From gadin- + -ine.