[fos-foh-lahy-peys, -peyz] /ˌfɒs foʊˈlaɪ peɪs, -peɪz/
any of a group of enzymes that catalyze the breaking down of .
phospholipase phos·pho·lip·ase (fŏs’fō-lĭp’ās’, -lī’pās’)
An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of a phospholipid. Also called lecithinase.
[fos-foh-lip-id] /ˌfɒs foʊˈlɪp ɪd/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. any of a group of fatty compounds, as lecithin, composed of phosphoric esters, and occurring in living cells. /ˌfɒsfəˈlɪpɪd/ noun 1. any of a group of compounds composed of fatty acids, phosphoric acid, and a nitrogenous base: important constituents of all membranes Also called phosphatide phospholipid phos·pho·lip·id (fŏs’fō-lĭp’ĭd) […]
noun 1. a two-layered arrangement of phosphate and lipid molecules that form a cell membrane, the hydrophobic lipid ends facing inward and the hydrophilic phosphate ends facing outward.
phosphomutase phos·pho·mu·tase (fŏs’fō-myōō’tās, -tāz) n. Any of various enzymes associated with intramolecular transfer catalysis because the donor is regenerated.
phosphonecrosis phos·pho·ne·cro·sis (fŏs’fō-nə-krō’sĭs, -ně-) n. Necrosis of the osseous tissue of the jaw as a result of phosphorus poisoning.