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lactim

 [lak´tim]
see lactam.

lac·tam

, lactim (lak'tam, lak'tim),
Contractions of "lactoneamine" and "lactoneimine," and applied to the tautomeric forms -NH-CO- and -N=C(OH)-, respectively, observed in many purines, pyrimidines, and other substances; the latter form accounts for the acidic properties of uric acid.

lactim

/lac·tim/ (lak´tim) see lactam.

lactim

See lactam.

lac·tam

, lactim (lak'tam, -tim)
Contractions of "lactoneamine" and "lactoneimine," applied to the tautomeric forms -NH-CO- and -N=C(OH)-, respectively, observed in many purines, pyrimidines, and other substances.

lactim

see lactam.