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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:diagnostic agent
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Accession:CHEBI:33295 term browser browse the term
Definition:A substance administered to aid diagnosis of a disease.
Synonyms:related_synonym: diagnostic aid


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  CHEBI ontology 836
    role 813
      application 446
        pharmaceutical 397
          diagnostic agent 0
            ((13)C)carbon dioxide 0
            (11)C-choline chloride 0
            Pro-Hyp 0
            apraclonidine + 0
            bentiromide 0
            benzylpenicilloyl polylysine 0
            betazole + 0
            betazole dihydrochloride 0
            ceruletide + 0
            ceruletide diethylamine 0
            chlormerodrin + 0
            corticotropin 0
            corticotropin-releasing hormone (ovine) 0
            cosyntropin 0
            creatinine 0
            cyclopentolate + 0
            cyclopentolate hydrochloride + 0
            desmopressin + 0
            desmopressin acetate (anhydrous) + 0
            diagnostic imaging agent + 0
            edrophonium + 0
            edrophonium chloride 0
            ergometrine + 0
            ergometrine maleate 0
            methacetin-(methoxy-(13)C) 0
            metyrapone 0
            phenol red 0
            poly(vinylpyrrolidone) + 0
            polyanethol sulfonic acid macromolecule + 0
            polyanethol sulfonic acid polymer 0
            sapropterin + 0
            sapropterin dihydrochloride 0
            sodium chromate 0
            sodium p-aminohippurate 0
            sodium polyanethol sulfonate macromolecule + 0
            sodium polyanethol sulfonate polymer 0
            tolonium chloride 0
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