[lak-toh-fley-vin, lak-toh-fley-] /ˌlæk toʊˈfleɪ vɪn, ˈlæk toʊˌfleɪ-/

noun, Biochemistry.
a less common name for riboflavin

lactoflavin lac·to·fla·vin (lāk’tə-flā’vĭn, lāk’tə-flā’-)
See riboflavin.


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