[sit-i-deen, -din, sahy-ti-]
- a white crystalline powder, C9H13N3O5, that is a ribonucleoside consisting of d-ribose and cytosine.
Origin of cytidine
< German Cytidin (1910), equivalent to cyt- cyto- + -idin suffix of organic compounds
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- biochem a nucleoside formed by the condensation of cytosine and ribose
C20: from cyto- + -ide + -ine ²
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- A white crystalline nucleoside composed of one molecule each of cytosine and ribose.cytosine ribonucleoside
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