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retinol/ret·i·nol/ (ret´ĭ-nol) vitamin A1; a 20-carbon primary alcohol in several isomers that is the form of vitamin A found in mammals and that can be converted to the metabolically active forms retinal and retinoic acid.
retinol(rĕt′n-ôl′, -ōl′, -ŏl′)
retinolThe common form of vitamin A found in animal and fish livers and other foods of animal origin. It is easily converted in the body into RETINAL. The drug is on the WHO official list.
retinolsee VITAMIN A.
vitamin A deficiency
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