[lahy-soj-uh-nee] /laɪˈsɒdʒ ə ni/
the state of being .
the biological process in which a bacterium is infected by a bacteriophage that integrates its DNA into that of the host such that the host is not destroyed
lysogeny ly·sog·e·ny (lī-sŏj’ə-nē)
The fusion of the nucleic acid of a bacteriophage with that of a host bacterium so that the potential exists for the newly integrated genetic material to be transmitted to daughter cells at each subsequent cell division.
lysokinase ly·so·ki·nase (lī’sə-kī’nās’, -nāz’) n. An activator agent, such as streptokinase, urokinase, or staphylokinase, that produces plasmin by indirect or multiple-stage action on plasminogen.
[lahy-sawl, -sol] /ˈlaɪ sɔl, -sɒl/ Trademark. 1. a brand of clear, brown, oily solution of cresols in soap, used as a disinfectant and antiseptic. /ˈlaɪsɒl/ noun 1. trademark a solution containing a mixture of cresols in water, used as an antiseptic and disinfectant n. brown oily coal-tar solution used as a disinfectant, 1890, coined, perhaps […]
- Lysosomal disease
lysosomal disease n. A disease caused by the inadequate functioning of a lysosomal enzyme and usually characterized by an excess or an absence of storage of a vital cellular component.
[lahy-suh-sohm] /ˈlaɪ səˌsoʊm/ noun, Cell Biology. 1. a cell organelle containing enzymes that digest particles and that disintegrate the cell after its death. /ˈlaɪsəˌsəʊm/ noun 1. any of numerous small particles, containing digestive enzymes, that are present in the cytoplasm of most cells n. 1955, from lyso- + -some (3). lysosome ly·so·some (lī’sə-sōm’) n. A […]