gamma-tocopherol

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γ-to·coph·er·ol (γ-T),

(tō-kof'ĕr-ol),
A form biologically less active than α-γ-tocopherol.

gamma-tocopherol

(găm′ə-tō-kŏf′ə-rôl′, -rōl′)
n.
An alcohol, C28H48O2, that is one of the components of vitamin E and is present in corn and soybean oils, nuts, and seeds.