Homophones for
dextran, dextrin (dextrine)

dextran / dextrin (dextrine) [ˈdɛkstrən]

dextran – n. – 1. an amorphous gum formed by fermentation of glucose; 2. a degraded form of this used as a substitute for blood plasma

dextrin (dextrine) – n. – any of various water-soluble dextrorotatory isomer of gummy polysaccharides obtained from starch by the action of heat, acids or enzymes as a yellow or white powder or granules – also called British gum