Choline definition

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A natural amine, C5 H15 NO2 , often classed in the vitamin B complex and a constituent of many other biologically important molecules, such as acetylcholine and lecithin.
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A viscous fluid, (CH3)3N(OH)CH2CH2OH, found in many animal and vegetable tissues, that is a precursor of acetylcholine, lecithin, etc.: usually considered a vitamin of the B complex.
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A natural amine, C5 H15 NO2 , often classed in the vitamin B complex, that is a constituent of lecithin and other phospholipids and is a precursor of certain biologically important molecules, such as acetylcholine.
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A natural amine often classed in the vitamin B complex. It is incorporated into the structure of many other biologically important molecules, such as acetylcholine and lecithin. Chemical formula: C5H15NO2.
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(biochemistry) A hydroxy quaternary ammonium compound with formula (CH3)3N+CH2CH2OHX. It is an essential nutrient for cardiovascular and brain health and for cell membrane formation. Discovered by Andreas Strecker in 1862.
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