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- adj. Of, pertaining to or produced by trypsin
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Relating to trypsin or to its action; produced by trypsin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to trypsin: as, tryptic action.
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Anonymous said ... we've been seeing this in our lab for years -- when running tryptic digest of peptides on the mass spec, we see more contaminants from some brands of plastic tubes than others.
Australia - I've yet to see Baz Luhrmann's woefully received epic, but this tryptic of synthetically-embracing, romance-infused images had me hook, line and sinker at first sight.
In this tryptic, I find the lampoonery of the physical deformation inherent to both the slight-statured, fat-footed Frodo and the EPO-swilling, peglegged pirate in the first 2 images to be apt signifiers of his poorly cobbled performances and subsequent attempts at mea culpa.
A burrito is far better for you, even with the chemically altered food, than the tryptic of fries, burger and soda.
We further demonstrated that HG could be generated by tryptic digestion of BG, with no significant change of total immunoreactivity.
Although there was no change in immunoreactivity following prolonged tryptic digestion (Table 1) there was complete conversion of all immunoreactivity to a peptide resembling
The gastric juice contains from 0.1 to 0.25 per cent of hydrochloric acid, imparting mildly antiseptic properties; and while the peptic ferment works in a slightly acid solution, the tryptic ferment requires an alkaline solution.
This ferment, called by them _galactase_, on account of its origin in milk, is a proteolytic enzym of the tryptic type.
The curd usually diminishes in bulk, due to the gradual digestion or peptonization of the casein by proteid-dissolving enzyms (tryptic type) that are also produced by the bacteria causing the change.
A case in point is that of the tryptic and two cruciform pictures at Dresden, by Chiaro di Messer Bello dell 'Erma, to which the eloquent pamphlet of Dr. Aemmster has at length succeeded in attracting the students.