a hypothetical protein molecule, large and unstable, once assumed to be basic to fundamental biological processes.
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a hypothetical protein assumed to be the basis of the formation and functioning of body cells and tissues
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genetic engineering. noun (functioning as sing) the branch of biology concerned with altering the genomes of living organisms
resulting from the activity of living organisms, as fermentation. necessary for the life process, as food and water. adjective produced or originating from a living organism adj.