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thiosulfate

 [thi″o-sul´fāt]
any salt of thiosulfuric acid; produced in the metabolism of cysteine and excreted in the urine.

thi·o·sul·fate

(thī'ō-sŭl'fāt),
S2O3=; the anion of thiosulfuric acid; elevated in persons with a molybdenum cofactor deficiency.

thi·o·sul·fate

(thī'ŏ-sŭl'fāt)
The anion of thiosulfuric acid; elevated in people with a molybdenum cofactor deficiency.
Synonym(s): thiosulphate.
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