Medical Dictionary


noun an·ti·tryp·sin \ˈant-i-ˌtrip-sən, ˈan-ˌtī-\

Medical Definition of ANTITRYPSIN

:  a substance that inhibits the action of trypsin—see alpha-1-antitrypsin
an·ti·tryp·tic \-ˌtrip-tik\ adjective
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