Sinistrin


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Sin´is`trin

    (sĭn´ĭs`trĭn)
n.1.(Chem.) A mucilaginous carbohydrate, resembling achroödextrin, extracted from squill as a colorless amorphous substance; - so called because it is levorotatory.
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41) investigated FITC-labeled sinistrin, the active pharmaceutical ingredient of the Commercially available GFR marker Inutest, as a marker of GFR.
For the measurement of the IDVG (16,17), plasma volume (PV) (18) and extracellular water (ECW) (19), we used dilutions of glucose, indocyanine green and sinistrin, respectively.
Sinistrin is a polyfructose inulin analogue, which is transported almost exclusively by diffusion.
Estimation of glomerular filtration rate by sinistrin clearance using various approaches.