- (DHA) 2,8-di·hy·droxy·ad·e·nine (DHA) (di″hi-drok″se-adґə-nēn) an insoluble purine produced in excess in deficiencies of the salvage pathway of adenine catalyzed by adenine phosphoribosyltransferase; accumulation can cause crystalluria and nephrolithiasis.
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