cytarabine

[sahy-tar-uh-been]

noun Pharmacology.

a toxic synthetic nucleoside, C9H13N3O5, used as an immunosuppressive and cytotoxic agent in the treatment of certain leukemias.

Origin of cytarabine

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cytarabine in Medicine

cytarabine

[sī-tărə-bēn′]

n.

cytosine arabinoside
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