variant of :
before vowels, gluc-, word-forming element used since c.1880s, from Greek glykys “sweet” (see glucose). Now usually with reference to glucose.
gluco- or gluc-
glucocerebroside glu·co·cer·e·bro·side (glōō’kō-sěr’ə-brə-sīd’, -sə-rē’-) n. See glucosylceramide.
[gloo-koh-klawr-ohs, -klohr-] /ˌglu koʊˈklɔr oʊs, -ˈkloʊr-/ noun 1. .
[gloo-koh-kawr-ti-koid] /ˌglu koʊˈkɔr tɪˌkɔɪd/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. any of a class of steroid hormones that are synthesized by the adrenal cortex of vertebrates and have anti-inflammatory activity. /ˌɡluːkəʊˈkɔːtɪˌkɔɪd/ noun 1. any of a class of corticosteroids that control carbohydrate, protein, and fat metabolism and have anti-inflammatory activity glucocorticoid glu·co·cor·ti·coid (glōō’kō-kôr’tĭ-koid’) n. Any of a group […]
glucofuranose glu·co·fu·ra·nose (glōō’kō-fyur’ə-nōs’) n. A cyclic glucose in which an oxygen atom links carbons located at particular positions in the ring.