dyslysin definition

  • noun:
    • A resinous compound created inside decomposition of cholic acid of bile.
    • A resinous substance formed in decomposition of cholic acid of bile; -- so named because it is difficult to resolve.
    • A decomposition-product of cholalic acid, C24H36O3, formed through the procedure of intestinal putrefaction.
    • A resinous substance created into the decomposition of cholic acid of bile.
    • A resinous compound created in the decomposition of cholic acid of bile; -- so-called since it is hard to solve.
    • A decomposition-product of cholalic acid, C24H36O3, created during the procedure of abdominal putrefaction.
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