acylamino

acylamino
\\ˌasələˈmē(ˌ)nō, -ˈlaməˌnō\ adjective
Etymology: acyl + amino-
: relating to or containing any radical (as acetamido) formed by removal of one hydrogen atom from nitrogen in an organic acid amide and usually having the general formula RCONH-

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