distomer

distomer

(dis'tō-mĕr),
The enantiomer or stereoisomer with the lesser activity at or affinity for a given receptor, one receptor's distomer can be another receptor's eutomer.
See also: enantiomer.

distomer

(dis'to-mer)
Of two enantiomeric compounds, the one with the weaker chemical activity.
See: eutomer.
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