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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.
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57) Unlike nodal follicular lymphoma, duodenal follicular lymphoma also exhibits VH4 gene deviation and lacks activation-induced cytidine deaminase expression; moreover, its dendritic cell meshworks tend to be disrupted.
Modulation of activation-induced cytidine deaminase by curcumin in Helicobacter pylori-infected gastric epithelial cells.
Cytidine is a pyrimidine with many positive and distinct effects compared to other brain nutrients," said Karen Todd, RD, of Kyowa Hakko USA, New York, NY.
This final level of antibody diversification, known as somatic hypermutation, has been reviewed in detail recently, and the chief enzyme responsible, a cytidine deaminase, has been identified.
Activation-induced cytidine deaminase (AID) deficiency causes the autosomal recessive form of the Hyper-IgM syndrome (HIGM2).
This protein is a cellular cytidine deaminase that is encapsulated into assembling virions in the absence of vif and is inhibitory during the next round of viral replication.
Emtricitabine (FTC), like 3TC, is a cytidine analogue, which exerts dual activity against HIV and HBV, although so far has only received approval as HIV therapy.
Which of the following viral proteins is the primary target for the cytidine analogues--lamivudine, zalcitabine, and emtricitabine?
The addition of dichloroallyl lawsone (DCL) to leukemic cells results in a rapid depletion of uridine and cytidine nucleotides; carbamyl aspartate and dihydroorotate accumulate to high levels in an equilibrium ratio of 20.
In DNA the bases are paired, forming the famous double helix; cytidine always pairs with guanosine, and thymidine always pairs with adenosine.
When Reverset was used without other cytidine analogs, 3TC and FTC, it was a very powerful drug against resistant virus.
This may be a good drug to use in second line therapy for people that have developed resistance to thymidine analogues (Reverset is a cytidine analog).