cytidine 5'-diphosphate

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cyt·i·dine 5'-di·phos·phate (CDP),

(sī'ti-dēn dī-fos'fāt),
An ester, at the 5' position, between cytidine and diphosphoric acid.

cyt·i·dine 5'-di·phos·phate

(CDP) (sī'ti-dēn dī-fos'fāt)
An ester, at the 5' position, between cytidine and diphosphoric acid.
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It passed away too quickly, and we began to prepare for the descent.
The horses stopped to breathe again, and the guard got down to skid the wheel for the descent, and open the coach-door to let the passengers in.
As, unfortunately, the Queen's highway ran down in tortuous descent to the handful of fishermen's cottages that had clung there limpet-like for ages, there was always a chance of such a stray visitation; but it was remote, and the whole place, hand and heart, was in the pocket of my lord.
How have I then with whom to hold converse Save with the Creatures which I made, and those To me inferiour, infinite descents Beneath what other Creatures are to thee?
Emboldened by these considerations, the Jew pursued his point, and jostled the Norman Christian, without respect either to his descent, quality, or religion.
A power to destroy the freedom of the press, the trial by jury, or even to regulate the course of descents, or the forms of conveyances, must be very singularly expressed by the terms "to raise money for the general welfare.
Our physicians have discovered that the small and tender sides of an infant Polygon of the higher class can be fractured, and his whole frame re-set, with such exactness that a Polygon of two or three hundred sides sometimes -- by no means always, for the process is attended with serious risk -- but sometimes overleaps two or three hundred generations, and as it were doubles at a stroke, the number of his progenitors and the nobility of his descent.
I resolved I would make the descent without further waste of time, and started out in the early morning towards a well near the ruins of granite and aluminium.
Although favored by a strictly vegetable descent myself, the laws of nature have not permitted me to escape from the influence of this common rule.
Hunsden, that patrician descent may be read in a distinctive cast of form and features?
We seated ourselves upon the ground, and guided our descent by catching at the canes in our path.
The thought came gently and stealthily, and it seemed long before it attained full appreciation; but just as my spirit came at length properly to feel and entertain it, the figures of the judges vanished, as if magically, from before me; the tall candles sank into nothingness; their flames went out utterly; the blackness of darkness supervened; all sensations appeared swallowed up in a mad rushing descent as of the soul into Hades.