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ddI

noun, often all capitalized \ˌdē-(ˌ)dē-ˈī\

Definition of DDI

:  a synthetic nucleoside C10H12N4O3 having properties and uses similar to those of ddC —called also didanosine

Origin of DDI

di- + deoxy + inosine, a nucleoside
First Known Use: 1988

ddI

noun , often all capitalized \-ˈī\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of DDI

:  a synthetic nucleoside analog C10H12N4O3 having properties and uses similar to those of ddC—called also didanosine, dideoxyinosine; see videx

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