amidohydrolase am·i·do·hy·dro·lase (ām’ĭ-dō-hī’drə-lās’, -lāz’, ə-mē’-)
An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of the C-N bond in an amide. Also called deamidase, deamidizing enzyme.
a colorless, crystalline powder, C 6 H 8 N 2 O⋅2HCl, derived from phenol, used chiefly as a photographic developer. Historical Examples With amidol a pure delicate black is easily obtainable, and it is moreover a very simple developer to use. The Barnet Book of Photography Various noun trademark a grey to colourless soluble crystalline […]
in or toward the middle part of a or aircraft; midway between the ends. along the central fore-and-aft line of a or aircraft. in or toward the center of anything: a long, narrow office with a desk placed amidships. of, relating to, or located in the middle part of a or aircraft. Historical Examples She […]
a female friend. a girlfriend or female lover. Contemporary Examples The Daily Pic: amie Siegel’s new video shows us how utopian treasures become fancy goods. Watching Le Corbusier Become Fabergé Blake Gopnik September 30, 2013 amie Siegel’s new video shows us how utopian treasures become fancy goods. The Best of 2013’s Daily Pic by Blake […]
. Contemporary Examples amidst “all of this pinning and mapping,” Ben confesses to dread and hopelessness. Jonathan Evison’s On the Road: ‘The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving’ Kevin Canfield September 13, 2012 Recruiting agents from amidst our rivals is the “the Alpha and Beta of espionage,” says Weiner. The CIA Tried Hard to Recruit Spies Among […]