Definition of histozyme
: an enzyme widely distributed in mammalian tissues that is capable of splitting acyl groups from hippuric acid and other acylated amino acids or from peptides —called also hippuricase
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Origin and Etymology of histozyme
International Scientific Vocabulary hist- + -zyme
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