noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary chondroitic acid, an acid found in cartilage + 1-in Date: 1895 any of several glycosaminoglycans occurring in sulfated form in various animal tissues (as cartilage)

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  • Chondroitin — Strukturformel Chondroitinsulfat C Allgemeines Name Chondroitin …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • chondroitin — A (muco)polysaccharide (proteoglycan) composed of alternating residues of β d glucuronic acid and N acetyl d galactosamine sulfate in alternating β(1 3) and β(1 4) linkages; present among the ground substance materials in the extracellular matrix …   Medical dictionary

  • chondroitin — [kɒn drəʊɪtɪn] noun Biochemistry a substance which is the major constituent of cartilage and other connective tissue …   English new terms dictionary

  • chondroitin — chon·dro·i·tin …   English syllables

  • chondroitin — känˈdrōətə̇n noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary chondroitic + in; originally formed in German : a gummy nitrogenous polysaccharide acid occurring as chondroitinsulfuric acid …   Useful english dictionary

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