Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to lipolysis.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of causing the cleavage of fats into fatty acids and glycerin: for example, lipase.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In addition, adipose tissue sensitivity to insulin is decreased, whereas sensitivity of epinephrine is enhanced, thereby maximizing the lipolytic effect of the changes in hormone concentrations.

    Low-carb or low-cal? | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Plasma insulin, a potent inhibitor of lipolysis, declines; plasma epinephrine, a potent lipolytic agent, increases.

    Low-carb or low-cal? | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • “Is there any way those modified viruses could have found their way into the lipolytic enzyme preparation?”

    Fatal Care

  • “Why would viral particles be mixed in with the lipolytic enzyme?”

    Fatal Care

  • “Are you saying that the viruses were present in the lipolytic enzyme preparation the patients received?”

    Fatal Care

  • “And, of course, there will be no further clinical trials on the lipolytic enzyme until this matter is settled.”

    Fatal Care

  • “I want to see all the data on the lipolytic enzyme,” Joanna replied.

    Fatal Care

  • Then they squirt in a lipolytic enzyme that cleans fatty deposits off the walls of the arteries.

    Fatal Care

  • “Was the mass present in X rays done before the patient received the lipolytic enzyme?”

    Fatal Care

  • “I need a little bit of information from you on the lipolytic enzyme made by Bio-Med.”

    Fatal Care

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