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dThd

Abbreviation for thymidine.

thymidine (dThd)

[thī′mədēn]
one of the four major nucleosides in DNA. It is formed by the condensation of thymine with deoxyribose.

dThd

Abbreviation for thymidine.
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TP activity, dThd and dUrd measurements, and TP gene sequencing were performed by two postdoctoral researchers or a technician, all with extensive experience in laboratory management.
Measurement of the dThd and dUrd nucleosides in plasma revealed increased concentrations of both nucleosides in all of the MNGIE patients, whereas no pyrimidine nucleosides were detected in the other groups (Table 1) (11).
Only MNGIE patients have increased plasma concentrations of both dUrd (>5 [micro]mol/L) and dThd (>3 [micro]mol/L), whereas mutation carriers with partially reduced TP activity have no detectable pyrimidine nucleosides (<0.