adenosine

  • 1Adenosine — Systematic (IUPAC) name (2R,3R,4S,5R …

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  • 2Adénosine — Structure de l adénosine. Général Nom IUPAC 2 (6 aminopurin 9 yl) 5 (hydroxyméthyl)oxolane 3,4 diol …

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  • 3Adenosine — Adénosine Adénosine Structure de l adénosine. Général Nom IUPAC 2 (6 aminopurin 9 yl) 5 (hydroxyméthyl)oxolane 3,4 diol …

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  • 4adénosine — [ adenozin ] n. f. • 1919; de adén(ine), 1. ose et ine ♦ Biochim. Constituant important des noyaux cellulaires résultant de la combinaison de l adénine avec la ribose. Adénosine triphosphate. ⇒ A. T. P. ● adénosine nom féminin Acide aminé issu de …

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  • 5adenosine — adenosine. См. аденозин. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …

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  • 6adenosine — [ə den′ə sēn΄, ə den′əsin] n. [arbitrary blend < ADENINE + RIBOSE] a white, odorless, crystalline powder, C5H4N5·C5H9O4, obtained from the hydrolysis of yeast nucleic acid: it is a nucleoside consisting of adenine and ribose: see also ADP1,… …

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  • 7adenosine — noun /əˈdɛnəʊsɪn/ a) A nucleoside derived from adenine and ribose, found in striated muscle tissue. This reaction will replace all the adenosines with isosines. b) An instance of adenosine …

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  • 8adenosine — 1. A condensation product of adenine and d ribose; a nucleoside found among the hydrolysis products of all nucleic acid s and of the various adenine nucleotides. A. accumulates in severe combined immunodeficiency disease. 2. A potent …

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  • 9adenosine — adenozinas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Nukleozidas. formulė C₁₀H₁₃N₅O₄ santrumpa( os) Ado, A atitikmenys: angl. adenosine rus. аденозин ryšiai: sinonimas – 9 β D ribofuranoziladeninas …

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  • 10adenosine — The (ribo)nucleoside resulting from the combination of the base adenine (A) and the sugar D ribose. The corresponding deoxyribonucleoside is called deoxyadenosine. See: adenosine triphosphate, adenylic acid, dATP …

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  • 11adenosine — noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, blend of adenine and ribose Date: circa 1909 a nucleoside C10H13N5O4 that is a constituent of RNA and yields adenine and ribose on hydrolysis …

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  • 12adenosine — n. [Gr. aden, gland] A nucleoside whose phosphates provide the primary energy transfer system in living materials …

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  • 13adenosine — (= 9 b D ribofuranosyladenine) The nucleoside formed by linking adenine to ribose …

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  • 14adenosine — /euh den euh seen , sin/, n. Biochem. a white, crystalline, water soluble nucleoside, C10H13N5O4, of adenine and ribose. [1905 10; < G Adenosin, b. Adenin ADENINE and Ribose RIBOSE] * * * …

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  • 15adenosine — n. white crystalline nucleoside derived from ribose nucleic acid …

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  • 16adenosine — [ə dɛnə(ʊ)si:n] noun Biochemistry a nucleoside consisting of adenine combined with ribose …

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  • 17adenosine — aden·o·sine …

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  • 18adenosine — n. a nucleoside that contains adenine and the sugar ribose and occurs in ATP. It is also used as an anti arrhythmic drug to stop supraventricular tachycardias and restore a normal heart rhythm. As such, it needs to be injected quickly, which may&#8230; …

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  • 19adenosine — a•den•o•sine [[t]əˈdɛn əˌsin, sɪn[/t]] n. biochem. a white, crystalline, water soluble nucleoside, C10H13N5O4, of adenine and ribose • Etymology: &LT; G Adenosin (1909), b. Adenin adenine and Ribose ribose …

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  • 20adenosine — /əˈdɛnəsin/ (say uh denuhseen), /ædəˈnoʊsin/ (say aduh nohseen) noun a nucleoside of adenine and ribose, present in all living cells, mainly as a sub unit of nucleic acids. {blend of adenine and ribose} …

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