Any of nine isomeric alcohols, C6H12O6·2H2O, especially one found in plant and animal tissue and classified as a member of the vitamin B complex.(noun)
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Use "inositol" in a sentence
"Professor Shamsuddin had done a lot of research into a protein called inositol, which is found on the inner wall of rice grains."
"In particular, they thrive on a sugar called inositol which is abundant in the human brain and spinal cord."
"# Eliminates the red face with a special form of vitamin B-3 known as inositol hexaniacinate."