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hy•po•xan•thine



Pronunciation: (hī"pu-zan'thēn, -thin), [key]
n.
a white, crystalline, almost water-soluble, alkaloidal purine derivative, C5H4N4O, found in animal and vegetable tissues: used chiefly in biochemical research.

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