also cyanocobalamine noun Etymology: cyan- + cobalt + vitamin Date: 1950 vitamin B12 1

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  • Cyanocobalamin — Identifiers CAS number 68 19 9  …   Wikipedia

  • cyanocobalamin — ► NOUN ▪ vitamin B12, a cobalt containing vitamin derived from liver, fish, and eggs, a deficiency of which can cause pernicious anaemia. ORIGIN from Greek kuanos dark blue + a blend of COBALT(Cf. ↑cobalt) and VITAMIN(Cf. ↑vitamin) …   English terms dictionary

  • cyanocobalamin — [sī′ə nō kō bôl′ə min] n. an active form of vitamin B12: also cyanocobalamine …   English World dictionary

  • Cyanocobalamin — Strukturformel Coenzym B12 (=AdoCbl): R = 5 Desoxyadenosyl Cyanocobalamin (=Vitamin B12): R = –C≡N Hydroxycobalamin (=Vitamin B12a): R = OH Methylcobalamin (=MeCbl oder MeB12): R = –CH3 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • cyanocobalamin — A complex of cyanide and cobalamin, as in vitamin B12, in which a cyanide group has filled the sixth coordinate position of the cobalt atom. radioactive c. cyano[57Co]cobalamin, cyano[58Co]cobalamin, or cy …   Medical dictionary

  • cyanocobalamin — ciankobalaminas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Vitamino B₁₂ komponentas. atitikmenys: angl. cyanocobalamin rus. цианкобаламин …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • cyanocobalamin — Usual form of Vitamin B12 …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • cyanocobalamin — /suy euh noh koh bal euh min, suy an oh /, n. Biochem. See vitamin B12. [1945 50; CYANO 3 + COBAL(T) + (VIT)AMIN] * * * …   Universalium

  • cyanocobalamin — noun cobalmin …   Wiktionary

  • Cyanocobalamin — Vitamin B12; Cobalamin * * * Cy|a|no|co|ba|l|a|min [↑ Cyan (1)]; Syn.: Extrinsic Factor: Freiname für Vitamin B12, das seine Wirkung (vgl. Cobalamin) allerdings erst im Zusammenwirken mit dem Intrinsic Factor entwickeln kann …   Universal-Lexikon

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