Medical Dictionary

emulsin

noun emul·sin \i-ˈməl-sən\

Definition of EMULSIN

:  any of various enzyme preparations that are obtained usually from plants (as almonds) in the form of white amorphous powders and that contain glycosidases active on beta stereoisomers (as amygdalin or cellobiose) of the glycosides
March 29, 2015
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To thwart or disconcert
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