trehalose

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Etymology[edit]

trehala + -ose (sugar)

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trehalose (countable and uncountable, plural trehaloses)

  1. (biochemistry) A disaccharide formed from two glucose units

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2004: The researchers fed a natural sugar called trehalose to mice genetically engineered to have a severe version of Huntington's disease. — New Scientist 24 Jan 2004, p.14

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