threose
A four-carbon sugar in which the two central hydroxyl groups are in trans orientation ( cis in erythrose).

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • thréose — ⇒THRÉOSE, subst. masc. CHIM. Ose renfermant une fonction aldéhyde, isomère de l érythrose, dont l oxydation énergique fournit l acide tartrique racémique (d apr. GDEL). Voir Encyclop. Sc. Techn. t. 6, p. 399b, s.v. glucides. Prononc.:[ ]. Étymol …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • threose — noun The aldotetrose (2S,3R) 2,3,4 trihydroxybutanal …   Wiktionary

  • threose — An aldotetrose; one of the two aldoses (the other is erythrose) containing four carbon atoms. * * * thre·ose thrē .ōs n a syrupy synthetic sugar C4H8O4 that is the epimer of erythrose and that occurs as two optical isomers * * * thre·ose… …   Medical dictionary

  • threose — thre·ose …   English syllables

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