Heparitin sulfate

heparitin sulfate hep·a·ri·tin sulfate (hěp’ər-ĭ-tn)
A polysaccharide containing the same repeating disaccharide groups as heparin, it accumulates in persons with certain mucopolysaccharidoses.


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