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A strong-smelling antibacterial compound from garlic Allium sativum. The enzyme alliinase converts alliin in raw garlic to allicin. It is rapidly degraded, and the evidence for antibacterial efficacy is anecdotal.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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