quinine

[ UK /kwˈɪna‍ɪn/ ]
[ US /ˈkwaɪˌnaɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a bitter alkaloid extracted from chinchona bark; used in malaria therapy
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How To Use quinine In A Sentence

  • But quinine may not be the best antimalarial treatment.
  • The two most important groups of drugs for malaria treatment are still based on quinine or artemisinin.
  • The two most important groups of drugs for malaria treatment are still based on quinine or artemisinin.
  • I was drinking large quantities of tonic water, which contains quinine, when this started.
  • _Cinchona_ supplies us with quinine, while _Ipecacuanha_ produces ipecac, which is an emetic and purgative. All About Coffee
  • When the quinine ran out they gave Sharpe quassia bark instead, but still the fever raged, and even the Navy's remedy, suggested by Lord Spears, which consisted of gunpowder mixed with brandy, did not work. Sharpe's Sword
  • Quinine bisulfate was used as the standard for the bisbenzimide dyes, for PIH and ethidium bromide the standard used was rhodamine 101 and fluorescein was used for the cyanine dyes.
  • One doctor told me to drink tonic water for its quinine, but it doesn't seem to help.
  • They are all equal: formiate or bi-chlorhydrate (quinine dihydrochloride). Chapter 4
  • I was drinking large quantities of tonic water, which contains quinine, when this started.
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