kerasin

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kerasin

 [ker´ah-sin]
a cerebroside from brain tissue, yielding galactose, sphingosine, and lignoceric acid on hydrolysis.
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ker·a·sin

(ker'ă-sin),
Obsolete term for glucocerebroside.
Synonym(s): cerasin
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