Definitions

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  • noun biochemistry lysozyme

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  • noun an enzyme found in saliva and sweat and tears that destroys the cell walls of certain bacteria

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Examples

  • In experiments with various bacteria, some components (e.g. FliH, FliD (cap), and the muramidase domain of FlgJ) have been found helpful but not absolutely essential.

    Confirmation Bias and ID

  • In experiments with various bacteria, some components (e.g. FliH, FliD (cap), and the muramidase domain of FlgJ) have been found helpful but not absolutely essential.

    Confirmation Bias and ID

  • However, if it just the ATPase protein which has endless homologs, or the muramidase domain of FlgJ, or other known bits and pieces, it is not new.

    Flagellum evolution paper exhibits canine qualities - The Panda's Thumb

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