Definition of Cytases
1. cytase [n] - See also: cytase
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Literary usage of Cytases
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Immunity in Infective Diseases by Elie Metchnikoff (1907)
"cytases are endo-enzymes, allied to trypsins.— Changes in the staining properties and in the form of micro-organisms in the phagocytes. ..."
2. Infection and Resistance: An Exposition of the Biological Phenomena by Hans Zinsser (1918)
"Maintaining that these cytases are purely intracellular under ordinary conditions, Metchnikoff believes that, in normal animals, the destruction of invading ..."
3. Studies in Pathology by William Bulloch (1906)
"Relationship of cytases to Haemolysis. Now, the spleen and lymph glands ... These views on the cytases and their origin did not long remain unchallenged. ..."
4. Collected Studies on Immunity by Paul Ehrlich (1906)
"... this variation from the "cytases" (which in general are destroyed by heating for half an hour to 56° C.) is only an apparent one. ..."
5. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1904)
"The existence of these cytases is based on experiments with protozoa and actinia. Experiments with neutral red, led Mouton to the belief that amoebae ..."