Chrysarobin

• (n.) A bitter, yellow substance forming the essential constituent of Goa powder, and yielding chrysophanic acid proper; hence formerly called also chrysphanic acid.
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Chrysarobin

Chrys`a┬Ěro'bin noun [ Greek chryso`s gold + araroba a foreign name of Goa powder + -in .] (Chemistry) A bitter, yellow substance forming the essential constituent of Goa powder, and yielding chrysophanic acid proper; hence formerly called also chrysphanic acid . ...
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chrysarobin

An extract of Goa powder; a complex mixure of reduction products of chrysophanic acid, emodin, and emodin monomethyl ether; used locally in ringworm, psoriasis, and eczema. ... Origin: G. Chrysos, gold, + Brazil Ind. Araroba, bark ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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chrysarobin

Type: Term Pronunciation: kris′ă-rō′bin Definitions: 1. An extract of Goa powder (q.v.); a complex mixure of reduction products of chrysophanic acid, emodin, and emodin monomethyl ether; used as a topical dermatologic.
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