deoxyglucose etymology

English word deoxyglucose comes from English deoxy-, English glucose

Detailed word origin of deoxyglucose

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
deoxy- English (eng) (chemistry) Forming the names of compounds that are formally derived from others by the replacement of a hydroxy group by a hydrogen atom.
glucose English (eng) (carbohydrate) A simple monosaccharide (sugar) with a molecular formula of C6H12O6; it is a principle source of energy for cellular metabolism.
deoxyglucose English (eng) (carbohydrate) A deoxy sugar derived from glucose.

Words with the same origin as deoxyglucose

Descendants of deoxy-
ddNTP deoxyanthocyanin deoxybouvardin deoxycholic deoxycortisol deoxyelephantopin deoxyguanine deoxyguanosine deoxyhypusine deoxyhypusine monooxygenase deoxymyoglobin deoxynucleoside deoxynucleotide deoxyribofuranose deoxyspergualin deoxystreptamine deoxythymidine deoxyuridine dideoxy dideoxycytidine dideoxynucleotide dideoxysugar doxorubicin hexadeoxynucleotide
Descendants of glucose
X-gal adenosine adenosine monophosphate adenosine triphosphate allose arabinonucleic cellobiose cellobiosyl cellophane cellulose deoxyribonucleic dextrose erythrose fructose glucosidase heptose lactard lactose laevulose lignocellulolytic lyxose mannitol pyranose sucrose threonucleic