carbamino compound

carb·a·mi·no com·pound

any carbamic acid derivative formed by the combination of carbon dioxide with a free amino group to form an N-carboxy group, -NH-COOH, as in hemoglobin forming carbaminohemoglobin.

carbamino compound

[kärbam′inō]
a chemical complex formed by the binding of carbon dioxide molecules to plasma proteins. A small fraction of carbon dioxide binds with protein as it leaves a tissue cell.

carb·a·mi·no com·pound

(kahr-bam'i-nō kom'pownd)
Any carbamic acid derivative formed by the combination of carbon dioxide with a free amino group to form an N-carboxyl group.
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