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Coined in 1985 by Elias James Corey from retro-synthon (Elias James Corey, Alan K. Long, Stewart D. Rubenstein, “Computer-assisted analysis in organic synthesis”, Science, 1985, 228(4698), p. 408-418 doi 10.1126/science.3838594).

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retron (plural retrons)

  1. (biochemistry) A sequence of DNA associated with reverse transcription
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retron

  1. bush