gamma-hydroxybutyric acid
Noun

gamma-hydroxybutyric acid (abbreviated as: GHB)

  1. (biochemistry) A naturally-occurring biochemical of uncertain function; sometimes used as a recreational drug
Translations
  • German: 4-Hydroxybutansäure
  • Russian: на́трия оксибутира́т



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