chondrosin

chon·dro·sin

, chondrosine (kon'drō-sin),
A disaccharide composed of one molecule of d-glucuronic acid and one of d-galactosamine (chondrosamine); a component of the chondroitins.

chondrosin

A term described by PA Levene, at the Rockefeller Institute in 1941, as a nitrogenous aldobionic acid and carbohydrate moiety of chondroitinsulfuric acid; it is no longer used in the working medical parlance.

chondrosin

(kŏn′drō-sĭn)
Obsolete term for material produced when chondroitin sulfate is hydrolyzed.