trypsinogen

noun
tryp·sin·o·gen | \trip-ˈsi-nə-jən \

Definition of trypsinogen 

: the inactive substance released by the pancreas into the duodenum to form trypsin

First Known Use of trypsinogen

circa 1890, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for trypsinogen

trypsin + -o- + -gen

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trypsinogen

noun
tryp·sin·o·gen | \trip-ˈsin-ə-jən \

Medical Definition of trypsinogen 

: the inactive substance released by the pancreas into the duodenum to form trypsin

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