Definition of oxotremorine in English:

oxotremorine

Pronunciation /ˌɒksəʊˈtrɛməriːn/

noun

Pharmacology
  • An active metabolite or derivative of tremorine that contains an oxo group, C₄ H₈ N·CH₂ ·C≡C·CH₂ ·NC₄ H₆ O, used (like tremorine) for the induction of experimental Parkinson's disease.

Origin

1960s. From oxo- + tremorine.