Medical Definition of Benedict-hopkins-cole reagent

1. Magnesium glyoxalate, made from a mixture of oxalic acid and magnesium, used for testing proteins for the presence of tryptophan. (12 Aug 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Benedict-hopkins-cole Reagent

Bence Jones protein
Bence Jones proteins
Bence Jones proteinuria
Bence Jones reaction
Benchley
Benday process
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Bender Visual Motor Gestalt test
Bender gestalt test
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Benedek's reflex
Benedict
Benedict's reagent
Benedict's solution
Benedict's test for glucose
Benedict-Hopkins-Cole reagent
Benedict-Roth apparatus
Benedict-Roth calorimeter
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Benedict de Spinoza
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Benedictine
Benedictine order
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Benedictus
Benedikt's syndrome
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