inosine in·o·sine (ĭn’ə-sēn’, -sĭn, ī’nə-)
A nucleoside formed by the deamination of adenosine or the hydrolysis of inosinic acid.
[in-uh-sil-i-kit, -keyt, ahy-nuh-] /ˌɪn əˈsɪl ɪ kɪt, -ˌkeɪt, ˌaɪ nə-/ noun, Mineralogy. 1. any silicate having a structure consisting of paired parallel chains of tetrahedral silicate groups, every other of which shares an oxygen atom with a group of the other chain, the ratio of silicon to oxygen being 4 to 11.
- Inosine pranobex
inosine pranobex inosine pran·o·bex (prān’ə-běks’) n. An antiviral agent formed from a complex containing inosine.
- Inosinic acid
inosinic acid in·o·sin·ic acid (ĭn’ə-sĭn’ĭk, ī’nə-) n. Inosine phosphate; a nucleotide that is found in muscle and other tissues.
[ih-noh-si-tawl, -tohl, ahy-noh-] /ɪˈnoʊ sɪˌtɔl, -ˌtoʊl, aɪˈnoʊ-/ noun 1. Biochemistry. a compound, C 6 H 12 O 6 , derivative of cyclohexane, widely distributed in plants and seeds as phytin, and occurring in animal tissue and in urine: an essential growth factor for animal life, present in the vitamin B complex. 2. Pharmacology. the commercial […]