Chemical compound discovered by Seaharvester scientists in the corpse of a pre-reproductive phase daghadasi specimen in 1101. The full name of the compound, cis-1,2 paradichlorotriethylaminoprocyclohepatrenyl-4-tricyclo-hexene-beta, is rarely used.

The chemical serves as the basis for a family of experimental broad-spectrum antibiotics which can be selectively "tuned" to wipe out specific types of bacterial, viral, and cancerous growths, while leaving adjacent benign growths untouched. Thus far, no synthesis of the chemical has been produced, and no source other than the daghadasi oguls has been discovered.

(ADV-9, 1108)

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