hexose phosphatase n.
An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of a hexose phosphate to a hexose.
noun 1. any of various magical symbols of usually stylized design, as those painted on barns by the Pennsylvania Dutch for protection against evil spirits and now sometimes used for purely decorative purposes.
hexulose hex·u·lose (hěks’yə-lōs’) n. See ketohexose.
[hek-sil] /ˈhɛk sɪl/ adjective 1. containing a . /ˈhɛksɪl/ noun 1. (modifier) of, consisting of, or containing the group of atoms C6H13, esp the isomeric form of this group, CH3(CH2)4CH2-: a hexyl group or radical hexyl hex·yl (hěk’səl) n. The univalent hydrocarbon radical, C6H13. hexyl (hěk’səl) The radical C6H13, derived from hexane.
- Hexylcaine hydrochloride
hexylcaine hydrochloride hex·yl·caine hydrochloride (hěk’səl-kān’) n. A local anesthetic agent used for surface application, infiltration, or nerve block.