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thermolysin

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noun ther·mol·y·sin \thər-ˈmäl-ə-sən\

Medical Definition of thermolysin

  1. :  a zinc-containing microbial enzyme that is used to catalyze the hydrolysis of proteins especially when it is desired to keep the disulfide bonds intact


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