Definition of Proteases

1. Noun. (plural of protease) ¹



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Definition of Proteases

1. protease [n] - See also: protease

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proteases

protasis
protasite
protaspid
protaspis
protatic
protea
protea family
proteaceous
protean
proteanly
proteans
proteas
protease
protease inhibitor
protease inhibitors
proteases
proteasomal
proteasome
proteasomes
protect
protectability
protectable
protectant
protectants
protected
protected area
protected membrane roof
protected mode
protectedness

Literary usage of Proteases

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1. Biochemical Catalysts in Life and Industry: Proteolytic Enzymes by Jean Effront (1917)
"BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE TRYPSINS AND DIFFERENT Proteases. ANIMAL AND PLANT TRYPSINS. ... Proteases chez les insectes, CR, 1911, p. 228. ..."

2. Methods of Organic Analysis by Henry Clapp Sherman (1912)
"Proteases OR PROTEOLYTIC ENZYMES For the determination of proteolytic powers of substances containing proteases (pepsin, trypsin, papain, etc. ..."

3. Chemical Pathology by Harry Gideon Wells (1907)
"CHAPTER III ENZYMES (CONTINUED) Intracellular Proteases' (Proteolytic Enzymes), Including a Consideration of Autolysis To what extent synthesis of ..."

4. Chemical Pathology: Being a Discussion of General Pathology from the by Harry Gideon Wells (1914)
"... To what extent synthesis of proteins goes on in the body is still a problem; still more uncertain is the part played by reversible action of proteases. ..."

5. Biochemical Bulletin by Columbia University (1912)
"The influence of proteases on the swelling of collagen and fibrin particles in alkalin and acid media containing a biological electrolyte FRANK R. ELDER AND ..."

6. An Introduction to the Chemistry of Plant Products by Paul Haas, Thomas George Hill (1913)
"Proteases. For many years it has been known that the fluids excreted by many insectivorous plants are capable of digesting proteins ; proteolytic ferments ..."

7. An Introduction to the Chemistry of Plant Products by Paul Haas, Thomas George Hill (1917)
"Proteases. For many years it has been known that the fluids excreted by many insectivorous plants are capable of digesting proteins ; proteolytic ferments ..."

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