Physiology To draw inward toward the median axis of the body or toward an adjacent part or limb.(verb-transitive)
Chemistry A chemical compound that forms from the addition of two or more substances.(noun)
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Use "adduct" in a sentence
"At that time Alex was studying the role of mono-ubiquitination of histones (for the histone-ubiquitin adduct H2A known also as protein A24 or uH2A, see above)."
"These researchers reported that at the non-permissive temperature, the cell lost the histone H2A-ubiquitin adduct."
"These bases can be chemically modified in a number of ways, including by alkylation, in which an alkyl group (or "adduct") is transferred onto a guanine base."