Xanthinine

Xan'thi┬Ěnine noun [ Greek xanqo`s yellow + qu inine .] (Chemistry) A complex nitrogenous substance related to urea and uric acid, produced as a white powder; -- so called because it forms yellow salts, and because its solution forms a blue fluorescence like quinine.
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xanthinine

<chemistry> A complex nitrogenous substance related to urea and uric acid, produced as a white powder; so called because it forms yellow salts, and because its solution forms a blue fluorescence like quinine. ... Origin: Gr. Xanqos = yellow + quinine. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Xanthinine

• (n.) A complex nitrogenous substance related to urea and uric acid, produced as a white powder; -- so called because it forms yellow salts, and because its solution forms a blue fluorescence like quinine.
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