n.1.(Chem.) An isomer.
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In the same year in France, the Medicines Agency suspends marketing authorization of Isomeride, another Servier drug belonging to the same family as the Mediator.
1980) identified two isomerides of violaxanthin from Viola tricolor by MS, 1R and UV, the researches on the chemical constituents of Viola plants began to rise.
Ten ASI isomerides were found through isoelectric focusing electrophoresis and monoclonal antibody immune imprinting (Macgregor et al., 1988; Masojc et al., 1993).