Menaquinone



/ˌmɛnəkwɪˈnəʊn/
noun
1.
a form of vitamin K synthesized by bacteria in the intestine or in putrefying organic matter Also vitamin K2

menaquinone men·a·quin·one (měn’ə-kwĭn’ōn’, -kwī’nōn’)
n.
Abbr. MK
See vitamin K2.
menaquinone
(měn’ə-kwĭn’ōn’, -kwī’nōn’)
See vitamin K2.

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