autolysate


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Related to autolysate: autolyze

au·tol·y·sate

 (ô-tŏl′ĭ-sāt′, -zāt′)
n.
An end product of autolysis.

autolysate

(ɔːˈtɒlɪˌzeɪt) or

autolyzate

n
the substances resulting as the end product of autolysis
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Yeast autolysate baits supplied from Mauri Yeast, such as Pinnacle[R] and Bugs for Bugs, have been an important component in battling Bactrocera species as part of integrated pest management programs in Australia (Lloyd et al.
Prochymosin C is an autolysate of prochymosin A, the Asp286-Glu287-Phe288 of A is removed to generate Prochymosin C (Kageyama, 2002).
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Chemical characterization of yeast autolysate and assessment of the acceptability of cheese buns containing dried autolysate.
notatum autolysate could hydrolyze both of the acyl linkages of lecithin simultaneously, yielding 2 moles of fatty acids and one mole of GPC.
Response surface optimization of D(-)-lactic acid production from Lactobacillus SMI8 using corn steep liquor and yeast autolysate as nitrogen sources.
Contribution of lactic acid fermentation to improved nutritive quality vegetable juices enriched with brewer's yeast autolysate.
Yeast extracts (is an autolysate of yeast cells used in preparing microbiological culture media) were applied at two stages of development [early podding (R3) and mid podding (R4); (Fehr et al.