Zymodeme



zymodeme

zymodeme zy·mo·deme (zī’mə-dēm’)
n.
An isozyme pattern, identified electrophoretically.

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  • Zymogen

    any of various enzyme precursor molecules that may change into an enzyme as a result of catalytic change. Historical Examples zymogen′ic; Zy′moid, like a ferment; Zymolog′ic, -al, pertaining to zymology. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z and supplements) Various During ordinary secretion, however, these granules of zymogen do not entirely disappear from […]

  • Zymogenic

    adjective of, or relating to a zymogen capable of causing zymogenesis zymogenic zy·mo·gen·ic (zī’mə-jěn’ĭk) or zy·mog·e·nous (zī-mŏj’ə-nəs) adj. Of or relating to a proenzyme. Causing fermentation. Enzyme-producing.



  • Zymogenesis

    noun the conversion of a zymogen into an enzyme zymogenesis zy·mo·gen·e·sis (zī’mə-jěn’ĭ-sĭs) n. The process by which a proenzyme becomes transformed into an active enzyme.

  • Zymogenic cell

    zymogenic cell zymogenic cell zy·mo·gen·ic cell (zī’mə-jěn’ĭk) n. A cell that forms and secretes an enzyme, especially a secretory cell that lines the lumen of the gastric glands of the stomach or a pepsin-secreting acinar cell of the pancreas. Also called chief cell, peptic cell.



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