niacinamide

[nahy-uh-sin-uh-mahyd]
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noun Biochemistry.


Origin of niacinamide

First recorded in 1950–55; niacin + amide
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Examples from the Web for niacinamide

Contemporary Examples of niacinamide

  • The active ingredient is Benzyl Nicotinate (niacinamide), part of the drug group of vasodilators that widen blood vessels.

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niacinamide in Medicine

niacinamide

[nī′ə-sĭnə-mīd′]

n.

nicotinamide
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