Histidinemia



histidinemia his·ti·di·ne·mi·a (hĭs’tĭ-də-nē’mē-ə)
n.
A hereditary disorder characterized by an elevation of histidine levels in the blood, excretion of histidine in the urine due to deficient histidase activity, and often manifested clinically by mild mental retardation.

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  • Histidinuria

    histidinuria his·ti·di·nu·ri·a (hĭs’tĭ-də-nur’ē-ə, -nyur’-) n. The excretion of excessive histidine in the urine.

  • Histidyl

    histidyl his·ti·dyl (hĭs’tĭ-dĭl’) n. The univalent radical, C6H8N3O2, of histidine.



  • Histio-

    histio- pref. Body tissue: histioblast.

  • Histioblast

    histioblast his·ti·o·blast (hĭs’tē-ə-blāst’) n. A tissue-forming cell. Also called histoblast.



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