pyridoxal


pyr·i·dox·al

noun \ˌpir-ə-ˈdäk-ˌsal\

Definition of PYRIDOXAL

:  a crystalline aldehyde C8H9NO3 of the vitamin B6 group that occurs as a phosphate and is active as a coenzyme

Origin of PYRIDOXAL

International Scientific Vocabulary, from pyridoxine
First Known Use: 1944

pyr·i·dox·al

noun \ˌpir-ə-ˈdäk-ˌsal\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of PYRIDOXAL

: a crystalline aldehyde C8H9NO3 of the vitamin B6 group that in the form of its phosphate is active as a coenzyme

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