Definitions

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  • noun An antibody with catalytic properties.

Etymologies

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From ab (an abbreviation for antibody) + -zyme (meaning enzyme).

Examples

  • They take advantage of it with something called an abzyme.

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  • They take advantage of it with something called an abzyme.

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  • They take advantage of it with something called an abzyme.

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  • When they applied that abzyme to the HIV virus, it permanently disarmed it.

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  • They take advantage of it with something called an abzyme.

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  • When they applied that abzyme to the HIV virus, it permanently disarmed it.

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  • They take advantage of it with something called an abzyme.

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  • They take advantage of it with something called an abzyme.

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  • When they applied that abzyme to the HIV virus, it permanently disarmed it.

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  • When they applied that abzyme to the HIV virus, it permanently disarmed it.

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