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carbamoyl

 [kahr´bah-moil]
the radical NH2CO–.
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car·ba·mo·yl

(kar'bă-mō-il),
The acyl radical, NH2-CO-, the transfer of which plays an important role in certain biochemical reactions, for example, in the urea cycle, via carbamoyl phosphate.
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car·bam·o·yl

(kahr-bam'ō-ĭl)
The acyl radical, NH2-CO-, the transfer of which plays an important role in certain biochemical reactions.
Synonym(s): carbamyl.
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