dextro


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dextro

[′dek‚strō]
(optics)
(organic chemistry)
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Dextro Energy had requested authorization to use health claims such as "glucose contributes to metabolism" and "glucose contributes to normal muscle function."
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The diagnosis for the second was dextrocardia, complete atrioventricular septal defect (Rastelli C type) with severe common atrioventricular valve regurgitation, single atrium, single ventricle, pulmonary stenosis and dextro aortic arch.
/ haec ubi supposuit dextro corpus mihi laevom, / Ilia et Egeria est; do nomen quodlibet illi.
The etymology of dextrocardia and DSIT are Latin, where dextro is derived from "dexter" meaning "right" and "cardia" meaning heart, when put together, " right-sided heart".
Commercially, the drug is available as a racemate mixture with equal 'levo' and 'dextro' isomers.
9); similarly, Adam Skypse, chaplain, is said to have stabbed himself in the right thigh by mischance ('percussit se ipsum in femere dextro per infortunium) in the 1370-71Yorkshire Coroners roll, but the margin is marked felo de se (TNA, JUST 2/218, m.