proteose
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1890 any of various water-soluble protein derivatives formed by partial hydrolysis of proteins

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  • protéose — ⇒PROTÉOSE, subst. fém. BIOCHIM. ,,Produit de transition entre les matières protéiques et les acides aminés qu elles fournissent (...) sous l action des acides, des bases et des enzymes (Méd. Biol. t. 3 1972). Les diastases peptiques (...)… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Proteose — Pro te*ose , n. [Proteid + ose.] (Physiol. Chem.) One of a class of soluble products formed in the digestion of proteids with gastric and pancreatic juice, and also by the hydrolytic action of boiling dilute acids on proteids. Proteoses are… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • proteose — [prōt′ē ōs΄] n. [ PROTE(IN) + OSE1] any of a class of water soluble products, formed in the hydrolysis of proteins, that can be broken down to peptones …   English World dictionary

  • Proteose — A proteose is any of various water soluble compounds that are produced during digestion by the hydrolytic breakdown of proteins short of the amino acid stage …   Wikipedia

  • proteose — /proh tee ohs /, n. Biochem. any of a class of soluble compounds derived from proteins by the action of the gastric juices, pancreatic juices, etc. [1885 90; PROTE(IN) + OSE2] * * * …   Universalium

  • proteose — noun A mixture of peptides produced by the hydrolysis of proteins …   Wiktionary

  • proteose — A nondescript mixture of intermediate products of proteolysis between protein and peptone. primary p. the first result of hydrolysis of metaprotein; two stages, protoproteose and heteroproteose, have been distinguished. secondary p. p. derived fr …   Medical dictionary

  • proteose — n. water soluble intermediate proteins derived from the breakdown of native proteins …   English contemporary dictionary

  • proteose — pro·te·ose …   English syllables

  • proteose — n. a product of the hydrolytic decomposition of protein …   The new mediacal dictionary

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