cytidine

noun
cy·ti·dine | \ˈsi-tə-ˌdēn, ˈsī- \

Definition of cytidine 

: a nucleoside containing cytosine

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Creating this second base editor was harder than the first because an equivalent to the cytidine deaminase used by Dr Liu, which would be needed to pull it off, does not exist in nature. The Economist, "BiotechnologyGene editing takes another step forward," 26 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of cytidine

1911, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for cytidine

cytosine + -idine

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cytidine

noun
cy·ti·dine | \ˈsit-ə-ˌdēn, ˈsīt- \

Medical Definition of cytidine 

: a nucleoside containing cytosine

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