Definition of Amido

1. a. Containing, or derived from, amidogen.



Definition of Amido

1. Noun. (organic chemistry) The univalent radical -NH2 when attached via a carboxyl group ¹

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Definition of Amido

1. containing an amide united with an acid radical [adj]

Medical Definition of Amido

1. 1. Containing, or derived from, amidogen, or denoting the amide radical, R-CO-NH-or R-SO2-NH-, etc. 2. Amido acid, an acid in which a portion of the nonacid hydrogen has been replaced by the amido group. The amido acids are both basic and acid. Amido group, amidogen, NH2. Origin: From Amide. Source: Websters Dictionary (20 Jun 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amido

amidic
amidification
amidin
amidine
amidine-lyases
amidines
amidino
amidinoaspartase
amidinohydrolase
amidinos
amidinotransferase
amidins
amidium ion
amidium ions
amidmost
amido (current term)
amido black
amido black 10B
amidoamine
amidocuprate
amidocuprates
amidogen
amidogens
amidohydrolase
amidohydrolases
amidol
amidols
amidonaphthol red
amidone
amidones

Literary usage of Amido

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1. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1900)
"As it seemed worth while to determine whether amido-acids can alter the course of ... In addition to cystin, leucin and tyrosin, the three amido-acids which ..."

2. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1887)
"1081 All azo-compounds are coloured, but only those which contain an amido- or hydroxyl-group are dyes. In 1876 the only azo-dyes in use were ..."

3. A Text-book of physiological chemistry: For Students of Medicine and Physicians by Charles Edmund SSimon (1904)
"Cystin is an amido-sulphur compound ; it is the disulphide of /3-cys- tein, ... All the amido-acids mentioned are albuminous derivatives and represent ..."

4. Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin by University of Wisconsin (1910)
"amido SUBSTITUTION PRODUCTS Of the trivalent elements, ... The simplest univalent nitrogen-hydrogen radicle, the amido or amino group, however, ..."

5. A Text-book of Organic Chemistry by August Bernthsen (1891)
"By the oxidation of amido-compounds, eg together with azoxy compounds by means ... amido-groups or hydroxyls are capable of entering into azo-benzene etc., ..."

6. A Text-book of the Physiological Chemistry of the Animal Body: Including an by Arthur Gamgee (1893)
"All the amido-acids form very sparingly soluble and definite crystalline compounds with copper, which are readily obtained by boiling the aqueous solution ..."

7. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1903)
"In view of these widely differing results in relation to the amounts of amido-acid compounds found, the questions may be asked :—" Which reagent more nearly ..."

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