Trypsinogen Tryp*sin"o*gen, n. [Trypsin + -gen.] (Physiol.) The antecedent of trypsin, a substance which is contained in the cells of the pancreas and gives rise to the trypsin. [1913 Webster]

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  • Trypsinogen — [Trypsin + Gen.] (Physiol.) ist die abgesonderte (sezerniert) Vorstufe (Proenzym) des Pankreas Enzyms Trypsin. Es wird genauso wie Chymotrypsinogen, Proelastase und andere Enzyme in inaktiver Form sezerniert. Bedeutung Das inaktive Proenzym… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Trypsinogen — (EC is the precursor form of the pancreatic enzyme trypsin or a zymogen. It is found in pancreatic juice, along with amylase, lipase, and chymotrypsinogen. It is activated by enteropeptidase, which is found in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Trypsinogen — ⇒ Trypsin …   Deutsch wörterbuch der biologie

  • trypsinogen — [trip sin′ə jən] n. [ TRYPSIN + O + GEN] the inactive precursor of trypsin, secreted by the pancreas …   English World dictionary

  • trypsinogen — tripsinogenas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Neaktyvi tripsino forma. atitikmenys: angl. trypsinogen rus. трипсиноген …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • trypsinogen — noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1890 the inactive substance released by the pancreas into the duodenum to form trypsin …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • trypsinogen — /trip sin euh jeuhn, jen /, n. Biochem. a precursor of trypsin that is secreted by the pancreas and is activated to trypsin in the small intestine. [1885 90; TRYPSIN + O + GEN] * * * …   Universalium

  • trypsinogen — noun An inactive precursor of trypsin …   Wiktionary

  • Trypsinogen — Tryp|si|no|gen [↑ gen], das; s, e: ↑ Trypsin …   Universal-Lexikon

  • trypsinogen — tryp·sin·o·gen trip sin ə jən n the inactive substance released by the pancreas into the duodenum to form trypsin * * * n. see trypsin * * * tryp·sin·o·gen (trip sinґo jən) the inactive proenzyme of trypsin secreted by the pancreas,… …   Medical dictionary

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