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pyridoxamine

 [pir″ĭ-doks´ah-mēn]
one of the three active forms of vitamin B6.
pyridoxamine phosphate a coenzyme involved in amino acid metabolism.

pyr·i·dox·a·mine

(pir'i-dok'să-mēn),
The amine of pyridoxine (-CH2NH2 replacing -CH2OH at position 4), having a similar physiologic action. See: pyridoxine.

pyridoxamine

/pyr·i·dox·amine/ (pir″ĭ-doks´ah-mēn) one of the three active forms of vitamin B6.

pyridoxamine

(pĭr′ĭ-dŏk′sə-mēn′)
n.
A crystalline amine, C8H12N2O2, that is one of several forms of vitamin B6.

pyr·i·dox·a·mine

(pir'i-dok'să-mēn)
The amine of pyridoxine that has a similar physiologic action.
See: pyridoxine

pyridoxamine

one of the three active forms of vitamin B6.

pyridoxamine phosphate
a coenzyme involved in amino acid metabolism.
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6], including pyridoxine (PN) and pyridoxamine (PM), is an essential nutrient of animals, including aqueous animals such as fishes and crustaceans.
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