Definition of Trypsins

1. Noun. (plural of trypsin) ¹



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Definition of Trypsins

1. trypsin [n] - See also: trypsin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trypsins

trypsin inhibitors
trypsinisation
trypsinisations
trypsinise
trypsinised
trypsinises
trypsinising
trypsinization
trypsinizations
trypsinize
trypsinized
trypsinizes
trypsinizing
trypsinogen
trypsinogens
trypsins (current term)
tryptamine
tryptamine-strophanthidin
tryptamines
tryptase
tryptic
tryptically
tryptich
tryptonaemia
tryptone
tryptophan
tryptophan-tRNA ligase
tryptophan 2-methyltransferase
tryptophan 2-monooxygenase
tryptophan C-methyltransferase

Literary usage of Trypsins

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1. Biochemical Catalysts in Life and Industry: Proteolytic Enzymes by Jean Effront (1917)
"ANIMAL trypsins AND PROTEASES. Animal trypsins. — In addition to the pancreatic juice of the vertebrates, where trypsin was first of all discovered, ..."

2. Immunity in Infective Diseases by Elie Metchnikoff (1907)
"... allied to trypsins.— Changes in the staining properties and in the form of micro-organisms in the phagocytes.—Absence or rarity of fixatives in the ..."

3. The Soluble Ferments and Fermentation by Joseph Reynolds Green (1901)
"... trypsins. IT is uncertain whether pepsin is represented in the vegetable kingdom. All the proteolytic enzymes which have been fully investigated have ..."

4. Plant Anatomy from the Standpoint of the Development and Functions of the by William Chase Stevens (1916)
"The trypsins are the more common of the proteolytic enzymes in plants. These enzymes occur in every cell where the food that they are fitted to digest is ..."

5. Principles of Biochemistry for Students of Medicine, Agriculture and Related by Thorburn Brailsford Robertson (1920)
"Until recently no means of distinguishing between different trypsins were known, and trypsin was tacitly assumed to be one ferment and only one. ..."

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