thymidine

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thymidine

 [thi´mĭ-dēn]
a nucleoside of DNA.

thy·mi·dine (dThd),

(thī'mi-dēn),
1-(2-Deoxyribosyl)thymine; one of the four major nucleosides in DNA (the others being deoxyadenosine, deoxycytidine, and deoxyguanosine).

thymidine

/thy·mi·dine/ (thi´mĭ-dēn) thymine linked to ribose, a rarely occurring base in rRNA and tRNA; frequently used incorrectly to denote deoxythymidine. Symbol T.

thymidine

(thī′mĭ-dēn′)
n.
A nucleoside, C10H14N2O5, composed of thymine and deoxyribose.

thymidine (dThd)

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

thy·mi·dine

(dThd) (thī'mi-dēn)
1-(2-deoxyribosyl)thymine; one of the four major nucleosides in DNA (the others being deoxyadenosine, deoxycytidine, and deoxyguanosine).
Synonym(s): deoxythymidine.

thymidine

a nucleoside of DNA.