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rhodanese


rhodanese

noun rho·da·nese \ˈrōd-ə-ˌnēz, -ˌnēs\

Definition of RHODANESE

:  a crystallizable enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of cyanide and thiosulfate to thiocyanate and sulfite and that occurs in animal tissues and bacteria
March 04, 2015
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