cytidine diphosphate


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cytidine diphosphate

n.
A nucleotide that serves an important role in the synthesis of phospholipids, such as those used in cellular membranes.
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[sup][32],[33] Studies comparing the use of a combination of vasopressin, steroids, adrenaline compared with adrenaline alone, [sup][34] and of cytidine diphosphate choline compared with adrenaline, [sup][35] did not find better outcomes in the adrenaline groups.
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