uridylic acid


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u·ri·dyl·ic ac·id

(yūr'i-dil'ik as'id),
Uridine esterified by phosphoric acid on one or more sugar hydroxyl groups; UMP is typically uridine 5'-monophosphate; 2' and 3' derivatives also occur; precursor for the biosynthesis of other pyrimidine nucleotides.

uridylic acid

/uri·dyl·ic ac·id/ (u″rĭ-dil´ik) phosphorylated uridine; uridine monophosphate unless otherwise specified.

uri·dyl·ic ac·id

(yūr'i-dil'ik as'id)
Uridine esterified by phosphoric acid, precursor of the biosynthesis of other pyrimidine nucleotides.
Synonym(s): uridine 5'-monophosphate.