kynurenine kyn·u·re·nine (kīn-yur’ə-nēn’, kĭn-, kī’nyu-rē’nĭn, -rěn’ĭn, kĭn’yu-)
An amino acid that is a precursor of kynurenic acid and that is excreted in small amounts in the urine as a product of the metabolism of tryptophan.
[kyoh-guh] /ˈkyoʊ gə/ noun 1. Lake, a lake in central Uganda. About 1000 sq. mi. (2600 sq. km).
[kee-oh-gen; Japanese kyaw-gen] /kiˈoʊ gɛn; Japanese ˈkyɔ gɛn/ noun 1. a brief Japanese play performed between Nō plays to provide comic relief.
/ˈkjɔːŋˈsɔːŋ/ noun 1. another name for Seoul
[kahy-ood-l] /kaɪˈud l/ verb (used without object), kyoodled, kyoodling. 1. to bark or yelp noisily or foolishly; yap.