a substance, c 5 h 4 n 4 o, used primarily in the treatment of chronic gout to decrease the synthesis of uric acid.
a synthetic drug that reduces blood concentrations of uric acid and is administered orally in the treatment of gout. formula: c5h4n4o
allopurinol al·lo·pu·ri·nol (āl’ō-pyur’ə-nôl’, -nōl’)
a drug that inhibits the synthesis of uric acid and is used to treat gout and other hyperuricemic conditions.
allopsychic allopsychic al·lo·psy·chic (āl’ō-sī’kĭk) adj. of or relating to the mind in its relation to the outside world.
a carnivorous dinosaur of the genus antrodemus (formerly allosaurus), from the late jur-ssic period of north america, that was about 30 feet (9 meters) long. noun any large carnivorous bipedal dinosaur of the genus antrodemus (formerly allosaurus), common in north america in late jur-ssic times: suborder theropoda (theropods) allosaurus (āl’ə-sôr’əs) or allosaur (āl’ə-sôr’əs) any of […]
allorhythmia allorhythmia al·lo·rhyth·mi·a (āl’ō-rĭð’mē-ə) n. an irregularity in the rhythm of the heartbeat or pulse that recurs in a regular fashion. al’lo·rhyth’mic (-mĭk) adj.
allosome allosome al·lo·some (āl’ə-sōm’) n. a chromosome that differs from an ordinary autosome in form, size, or behavior; a s-x chromosome. also called heterochromosome, heterotypical chromosome.
a property of certain elements, as carbon, sulfur, and phosphorus, of existing in two or more distinct forms; allomorphism. historical examples before leaving this phase of inorganic chemistry, we may mention other historical examples of allotropy. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 6, slice 1 various and this hypothesis is entirely in harmony with the phenomena […]