zalcitabine

IPA: zˈæɫsɪtʌbˈin

noun

  • (pharmacology) A drug C₉H₁₃N₃O₃ which inhibits the replication of HIV and is formerly used in the treatment of AIDS, especially in combination with zidovudine. It is a synthetic analog of a pyrimidine nucleoside, acting as a reverse transcriptase inhibitor.

Examples of "zalcitabine" in Sentences

  • Zalcitabine is an analog of pyrimidine.
  • Zalcitabine has a very high oral absorption rate of over 80%.
  • For comparison, the geno2pheno models for the difficult to predict drugs stavudine (d4T) and zalcitabine (ddC) yielded
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