Medical Definition of Corylophyline

1. An enzyme which converts glucose into gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). It is used to help diagnose diabetes by determining if glucose is present in the patients urine, if the glucose is present, the hydrogen peroxide produced in the reaction can be detected by reacting it with an indicator to change the colour of the urine. (09 Oct 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corylophyline

corvorant
corvorants
corvuses
corvusite
cory
corybant
corybantes
corybantiasm
corybantic
corybants
corydaline
corydalines
corydalis
corydalises
corydoras
corylophyline (current term)
coryluses
corymb
corymbed
corymbiferous
corymbiform
corymbose
corymbose syphilid
corymbosely
corymbous
corymbs
corynanthidine
corynebacterial
corynebacteriophage
corynebacterium

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