Tryptic Tryp"tic, a. (Physiol.) Relating to trypsin or to its action; produced by trypsin; as, trypsin digestion. [1913 Webster]

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  • tryptic — 1888, from TRYPSIN (Cf. trypsin) + IC (Cf. ic) (Cf. pepsin/peptic) …   Etymology dictionary

  • tryptic — Relating to trypsin, as t. digestion. * * * tryp·tic trip tik adj of, relating to, or produced by trypsin or its action <tryptic digestion> * * * tryp·tic (trip″tik) relating to or produced as a result of digestion by trypsin …   Medical dictionary

  • tryptic — ˈtriptik adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary trypsin + tic (as in peptic) 1. : of or relating to trypsin or to its action 2. : produced by trypsin tryptic digestion …   Useful english dictionary

  • tryptic — adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, from trypsin Date: 1883 of, relating to, or produced by trypsin or its action …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • tryptic — See trypsin. * * * …   Universalium

  • tryptic — adjective Of, pertaining to or produced by trypsin …   Wiktionary

  • tryptic — tryp·tic …   English syllables

  • Cystine tryptic agar — (CTA), also known as cystine trypticase agar[1][2], is a growth medium used for the identification of microorganisms.[3] It can be used to determine if organisms can ferment various carbohydrates, including maltose, lactose, and sucrose. This… …   Wikipedia

  • stratum corneum tryptic enzyme — a serine endopeptidase that is abundant in the stratum corneum and together with stratum corneum chymotryptic enzyme catalyzes degradation of the constituent proteins of corneodesmosomes, which is necessary for desquamation. An excess of this… …   Medical dictionary

  • trypsin — tryptic /trip tik/, adj. /trip sin/, n. Biochem. a proteolytic enzyme of the pancreatic juice, capable of converting proteins into peptone. [1875 80; irreg. < Gk trîps(is) friction (tríb(ein) to rub + sis SIS) + IN2; so called because first… …   Universalium

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