Rhein

• (n.) Chrysophanic acid.
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Rhein

[molecule] Originally the rhubarb plant which contains rhein was used as a laxative. It was believed that rhein along with other anthraquinone glycosides imparted this activity. Rhein has been reevaluated as an antibacterial agent against Staphylococcus aureus in 2008. Synergy or partial synergy has been demonstrated between rhein and the a...
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Rhein

Rhe'in noun (Chemistry) Chrysophanic acid.
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Rhein

German name for the Rhine, a European river
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Rhein

German spelling of Rhine, the well-known wine river which runs northward along Germany's western boundary.
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Rhein

Rhein: see Rhine, river.
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