Definition of guanidine
: a base CH5N3 derived from guanine that in the form of its hydrochloride acts as a parasympathetic stimulant and is used especially to denature proteins
Origin and Etymology of guanidine
International Scientific Vocabulary, from guanine
First Known Use: circa 1864See Words from the same year
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