early enzyme

early enzyme

[¦ər·lē ′en‚zīm]
(biochemistry)
Any of the enzymes that are synthesized in a bacterial cell under the direction of an invading bacteriophage.
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The finding of the research suggests that amyloids could have been the solver of the nature's early enzyme problem.
When the abnormal expression of GGT synthesized genes is controlled, hepato-carcinoma-related GGT is secreted with the characteristics of embryonic liver, which are regarded as the early enzyme marker of hepato-carcinogenesis.
Although antigen-stripping enzymes have been known to exist since 1982, the early enzymes were not very efficient.
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