citrinin
noun Etymology: New Latin citrinum, specific epithet of Penicillium citrinum Date: 1931 a toxic antibiotic C13H14O5 that is produced especially by a penicillium (Penicillium citrinum) and an aspergillus (Aspergillus niveus) and is effective against some gram-positive bacteria

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