didanosine

noun
di·dan·o·sine | \dī-ˈda-nə-ˌsēn \

Definition of didanosine 

: ddi

First Known Use of didanosine

1990, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for didanosine

alteration of dideoxyinosine, an alternate name, from di- + deoxy- + inosine

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didanosine

noun
di·dan·o·sine | \dī-ˈdan-ə-ˌsēn \

Medical Definition of didanosine 

: ddi

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