cytidine

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cyt·i·dine (C, Cyd),

(sī'ti-dēn),
A major component of ribonucleic acids.

cytidine

/cy·ti·dine/ (si´tĭ-dēn) a purine nucleoside consisting of cytosine and ribose, a constituent of RNA and important in the synthesis of a variety of lipid derivatives. Symbol C.
cytidine triphosphate  (CTP) an energy-rich nucleotide that acts as an activated precursor in the biosynthesis of RNA and other cellular constituents.

cytidine

(sī′tĭ-dēn′)
n.
A nucleoside, C9H13N3O5, composed of cytosine and ribose.

cyt·i·dine

(C, Cyd) (sī'ti-dēn)
A major component of ribonucleic acids.
Synonym(s): cytosine ribonucleoside.

cytidine

a nucleoside, cytosine riboside; a constituent of RNA and cytidine nucleotides.

cytidine 5′-triphosphate
CTP; pyrimidine-nucleotide base involved in the structure of the nucleic acids, DNA and RNA, in the activation of sugars, and in phospholipid synthesis.