carboxyltransferase car·box·yl·trans·fer·ase (kär-bŏk’səl-trāns’fə-rās’, -rāz’)
Any of various enzymes that catalyze the transfer of carboxyl groups from one compound to another. Also called transcarboxylase.
a white, water-soluble polymer derived from cellulose, used as a coating and sizing for paper and textiles, a stabilizer for various foods, and an appetite suppressor.
any of several digestive enzymes that catalyze the removal of an amino acid from the end of a peptide chain having a free carbonyl group. carboxypeptidase car·box·y·pep·ti·dase (kär-bŏk’sē-pěp’tĭ-dās’, -dāz’) n. An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of a terminal amino acid from the end of a peptide or polypeptide that contains a free carboxyl group.
a process for making carbon or pigment prints on bromide paper without exposure to light.
Pathology. a painful circumscribed inflammation of the subcutaneous tissue, resulting in suppuration and sloughing, and having a tendency to spread somewhat like a boil, but more serious in its effects. a gemstone, especially a garnet, cut with a convex back and a cabochon surface. Also called London brown. a dark grayish, red-brown color. Obsolete. any […]