per·ox·i·dase noun \pə-ˈräk-sə-ˌdās, -ˌdāz\
: an enzyme that catalyzes the oxidation of various substances by peroxides
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per·ox·i·dase noun \pə-ˈräk-sə-ˌdās, -ˌdāz\ (Medical Dictionary)
: an enzyme occurring especially in plants, milk, and white blood cells and consisting of a protein complex with hematin groups that catalyzes the oxidation of various substances by peroxides
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