Definition of Chalonic
1. pertaining to a chemical in animal tissue [adj]
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Literary usage of Chalonic
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1. Physiology and Biochemistry in Modern Medicine by John James Rickard Macleod (1922)
"... it is due to a reversed effect of the same hormone, it is impossible at present to say. The chalonic effect in any case is much more evanescent than the ..."
2. The Organs of Internal Secretion: Their Diseases and Therapeutic Application by Ivo Geikie Cobb (1919)
"In this connection, Schafer suggests that " the substance produced by the pancreas islets may be a chalonic autacoid which tends to inhibit the formation of ..."
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