peptidergic pep·ti·der·gic (pěp’tĭ-dûr’jĭk)
Of or being nerve cells or fibers that may use small peptide molecules as their neurotransmitters.
peptidoglycan pep·ti·do·gly·can (pěp’tĭ-dō-glī’kən, -kān’) n. A polymer found in the cell walls of prokaryotes that consists of polysaccharide and peptide chains in a strong molecular network. Also called mucopeptide, murein.
peptidoid pep·ti·doid (pěp’tĭ-doid’) n. A compound formed by the condensation of two amino acids, with the linkage involving at least one group that is not a carboxyl or an amino group.
[pep-ti-doh-lit-ik] /ˌpɛp tɪ doʊˈlɪt ɪk/ adjective, Biochemistry. 1. causing the hydrolysis of . peptidolytic pep·ti·do·lyt·ic (pěp’tĭ-dō-lĭt’ĭk) adj.
[pep-tahyz] /ˈpɛp taɪz/ verb (used with object), peptized, peptizing. 1. to disperse (a substance) into colloidal form, usually in a liquid. /ˈpɛptaɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) (chem) to disperse (a substance) into a colloidal state, usually to form a sol