secosteroid

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sec·o·ster·oid

(sek'ō-stēr'oyd),
A compound derived from a steroid in which there has been a ring cleavage.
[L. seco, to cut, + steroid]
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Mechanisms of the anti-inflammatory effects of the natural secosteroids physalins in model of intestinal ischemia and reperfusion injury.