Definition of Ptyalins

1. ptyalin [n] - See also: ptyalin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ptyalins

ptomainic
ptomains
ptooey
ptooie
ptoses
ptosis
ptosyl
ptotic
ptr
pts
ptui
ptyalagogue
ptyalagogues
ptyalin
ptyaline
ptyalins (current term)
ptyalise
ptyalised
ptyalises
ptyalism
ptyalisms
ptyalith
ptyalize
ptyalized
ptyalizes
ptyalizing
ptyalogogue
ptyalogogues
ptychopariid
ptychopariids

Literary usage of Ptyalins

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1. Enzymes by Otto Cohnheim (1912)
"The ptyalin of the saliva is, so far as we know, identical with the ptyalins of the liver, of the pancreas, muscles, malt, yeast, and other plants. ..."

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