Inosine meaning

ĭnə-sēn, -sĭn, īnə-
A nucleoside that is involved in purine metabolism, as a precursor and a metabolite of adenosine.
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A nucleoside that is involved in purine metabolism, as a precursor and a metabolite of adenosine.
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A nucleoside that is involved in purine metabolism, as a precursor and a metabolite of adenosine.
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(biochemistry, organic chemistry) Any nucleoside formed from hypoxanthine attached to a ribose.
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Origin of inosine

  • Greek īs īn- sinew wei- in Indo-European roots –os(e) –ine

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Greek īs īn- sinew wei- in Indo-European roots –os(e) –ine

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition