acetoacetyl-CoA ac·e·to·a·ce·tyl-CoA (ās’ĭ-tō-ə-sēt’l-kō’ā’, -ās’ĭ-tl-, ə-sē’tō-)
An intermediate in the oxidation of fatty acids. Also called acetoacetyl coenzyme A.
any of several ellipsoidal or rodshaped aerobic bacteria of the genus Acetobacter, certain species of which are used in making vinegar.
acetohexamide acetohexamide ac·e·to·hex·am·ide (ās’ĭ-tō-hěk’sə-mīd’, ə-sē’tō-) n. An oral hypoglycemic agent that stimulates insulin secretion by the pancreas.
- Acetohydroxamic acid
acetohydroxamic acid acetohydroxamic acid ac·e·to·hy·drox·a·mic acid (ās’ĭ-tō-hī’drŏk-sām’ĭk, ə-sē’to-) n. An inhibitor of urease, used to treat a chronic urinary infection.
a yellowish, pleasant-smelling liquid, C 4 H 8 O 2 , obtained from various carbohydrates, as glucose, by fermentation: used chiefly in the manufacture of flavors and essences.