acid hydrolase(redirected from Acid hydrolyase)
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acid hydrolase[‚as·əd ′hī·drə‚lās]
Any of a group lysosomal digestive enzymes that function optimally in an acidic environment and can sever (by hydrolysis) particular chemical bonds found in natural materials.
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