Histozyme

• (n.) A soluble ferment occurring in the animal body, to the presence of which many normal decompositions and synthetical processes are supposed to be due.
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Histozyme

His'to·zyme noun [ Greek ... tissue + ... leaven.] (Physiol. Chem.) A soluble ferment occurring in the animal body, to the presence of which many normal decompositions and synthetical processes are supposed to be due.
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histozyme

histozyme A soluble ferment occurring in the animal body, to the presence of which many normal decompositions and synthetical processes are supposed to be due.
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histozyme

Type: Term Pronunciation: his′tō-zīm Synonyms: aminoacylase
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