Medical Definition of L-dehydroascorbic acid

1. The reversibly oxidised form of ascorbic acid; it is antiscorbutic, but is converted in the body to 2,3-diketo-l-gulonic acid, which has no vitamin C activity. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of L-dehydroascorbic Acid

kytoon
kytoons
kytoplasma
kyu
kyudo
kyus
kyzylkumite
l'ee
l'esprit d'escalier
l'esprit de l'escalier
l'istesso tempo
l-alpha-narcotine
l-cone
l-dehydroascorbic acid (current term)
l-dopa
l-glyceric aciduria
l-gulonic acid
l-gulono-gamma-lactone
l-gulonolactone
l-rhamnose
l-selectin
l-serine dehydratase
l-sorbose
l-stercobilinogen
l-xylulosuria
l.c.
l2p

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