Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An insoluble carbohydrate from the cell wall of yeast, used especially in the immunoassay of properdin.

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  • noun biochemistry an insoluble carbohydrate, obtained from the cell walls of yeast, used in the bioassay of blood serum

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[zymos(is) + –an.]

Examples

  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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  • The scientists then fed particles called zymosan (killed yeast cells) to macrophages that lacked TLR.

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