Medical Definition of Trimethylglycocoll anhydride

1. A derivative of glycine characterised by high water solubility. Can function as an osmotic agent in plant tissues. See: biogenic amines. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trimethylglycocoll Anhydride

trimethylarsine
trimethylate
trimethylated
trimethylates
trimethylating
trimethylation
trimethylations
trimethylbenzene
trimethylbenzenes
trimethylcarbinol
trimethylene
trimethylenebromide
trimethylethylene
trimethylgallium
trimethylglycine
trimethylglycocoll anhydride (current term)
trimethylguanosine
trimethylhydroquinone
trimethylindium
trimethylolethane
trimethylolpropane
trimethylomelamine
trimethylpentane
trimethylpentanes
trimethylphenyl
trimethylsilyl
trimethylsilyl chloride
trimethylsilyl compounds
trimethylsilylacetylene
trimethylsilylation

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