dideoxyinosine
A deoxynucleoside that has been used as an antiviral drug in the treatment of AIDS

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  • dideoxyinosine — di·de·ox·y·in·o·sine (dī dē ŏk sē ĭnʹə sēn , sĭn, īʹnə ) n. DDI. * * * …   Universalium

  • dideoxyinosine — Antiviral agent; has been used in treatment of AIDS. * * * di·de·oxy·ino·sine in ə .sēn, ī nə , sən n ddI * * * di·de·oxy·in·o·sine (ddI) (di″de ok″se inґo sēn) didanosine …   Medical dictionary

  • dideoxyinosine — [ˌdʌɪdɪɒksɪ ɪnəʊsi:n] noun Medicine a drug used in the treatment of HIV infection, especially in combination with zidovudine. Origin 1970s: from di 1 + deoxy (in the sense that has lost oxygen) + inosine …   English new terms dictionary

  • dideoxyinosine — di·de·oxy·ino·sine …   English syllables

  • dideoxyinosine — noun an antiviral drug used to combat HIV infection • Syn: ↑ddI, ↑DDI, ↑didanosine • Hypernyms: ↑antiviral, ↑antiviral agent, ↑antiviral drug …   Useful english dictionary

  • DDI — Didéoxyinosine. Un des médicaments utilisé dans la lutte contre le VIH. Il s agit d une molécule de synthèse …   Sigles et Acronymes francais

  • DDI — • dideoxyinosine; • dynamic data icon …   Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

  • DDI — Abbreviation for dideoxyinosine. * * * dideoxyinosine; dynamic data icon * * * ddI ī n, often all cap a synthetic nucleoside analog C10H12N4O3 having properties and uses similar to those of ddC called also didanosine, dideoxyinosine …   Medical dictionary

  • DDI — noun an antiviral drug used to combat HIV infection • Syn: ↑dideoxyinosine, ↑ddI, ↑didanosine • Hypernyms: ↑antiviral, ↑antiviral agent, ↑antiviral drug * * * ˌdē(ˌ)dēˈī noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • ddI — noun an antiviral drug used to combat HIV infection • Syn: ↑dideoxyinosine, ↑DDI, ↑didanosine • Hypernyms: ↑antiviral, ↑antiviral agent, ↑antiviral drug * * * ˌdē(ˌ)dēˈī noun ( …   Useful english dictionary

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