Caseose

Ca'se·ose noun [ Case in + - ose .] (Physiol.Chem.) A soluble product (proteose) formed in the gastric and pancreatic digestion of casein and caseinogen.
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caseose

Nondescript term for product resulting from the hydrolysis or digestion of casein. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Caseose

• (n.) A soluble product (proteose) formed in the gastric and pancreatic digestion of casein and caseinogen.
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caseose

Type: Term Pronunciation: kā′sē-ōs Definitions: 1. Nondescript term for product resulting from the hydrolysis or digestion of casein.
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