phlorhizin
phlo·rhi·zin (flo-riґzin) [Gr. phloios bark + rhiza root] a bitter glycoside from the root bark of apple, cherry, plum, and pear trees; it causes glycosuria (phlorhizin glycosuria) by blocking the tubular reabsorption of glucose. Spelled also phlorizin and phlorrhizin.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • phlorhizin — n. (Chemistry) crystalline glucoside derived from the root bark of some fruit trees (used in biochemical research) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • phlorhizin — phlo·rhi·zin …   English syllables

  • phlorhizin — noun see phlorizin …   Useful english dictionary

  • phlorhizin glycosuria — glycosuria following the experimental administration of phlorhizin …   Medical dictionary

  • phlorhizin hydrolase — phlo·rhi·zin hy·dro·lase (flo riґzin hiґdro lās) glycosylceramidase …   Medical dictionary

  • lactase–phlorhizin hydrolase complex — β glycosidase c …   Medical dictionary

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  • Phlorhizine — Phloridzine Phloridzine Général Nom IUPAC 3,5 dihydroxy 2 [3 (4 hydroxyphenyl)propanoyl]phenyl β D glucopyranoside …   Wikipédia en Français

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