ficin


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ficin

(ˈfaɪsɪn)
n
an enzyme derived from the latex of the fig tree
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Ficin, an enzyme in figs, is able to metabolize protein into amino acids, which can lead to weight loss.
After harvest, 300 g of fruit for each ripening stage were rinsed in pure water to prevent burning of the fruit by the action of ficin (enzyme present in the exudate latex after the fruit harvest).
5 LITRE 32 POLYBRENE (HEXADIMETHRIBINE BROMIDE), Standard pack 33 FICIN, Standard Pack 34 NEURAMINIDASE B GRADE, Standard Pack 36 AET (2-AMINOETHYL ISO THIOURANIUMBROMIDE), Standard Pack 37 CALCIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION, IN A PACK SIZE OF 10ml 39 MYELO PEROXIDASE STAIN, IN A PACK SIZE OF 5gm 40 MYELO PEROXIDASE STAIN, IN A PACK SIZE OF 25gm 42 HEXAMETHYLENE HETRAMINE (METHENEAMINE), IN A PACK SIZE OF 500gm 44 DISPOSABLE MICROTOME BLADE (HIGH PROFILE & LOW PROFILE), IN A PACK SIZE OF 50 PCS/ PACK 45 DISPOSABLE MICROTOME BLADE (HIGH PROFILE & LOW PROFILE), IN A PACK SIZE OF 100 PCS/ PACK 46 DISPOSABLE HOLDER FOR MICROTOME BLADE 50 PREGNANCY TEST KIT (LATEX), IN A PACK SIZE OF 50 Test 56 A.
Puis, comme les amis des Ficin et des Bessarion, ils seront disperses par des Luther, qui arriveront avec des reformes arretees, des convictions nettes, do robustes volontes, d'apres ambitions temporelles, et dont les lourdes mains saperont le svelte edifice ajoure, trop haut, trop frele, qui ne leur offre point d'echelle pour monter dans leur ciel positif.
monosodium glutamate), tenderizing enzymes (bromelin, ficin and papain) and sweeteners (e.
The posthumous publication is sadly inadequate: Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples, Hecatonomiarum libri: Texte latin des Hecatonomies de Lefevre d'Etaples, en parallele avec la traduction latine de Platon par Marsile Ficin, ed.
Preparation of fully active Ficin from Ficus glabrata by coalent chromatoraphy and characterization of its active centre by using 2,2'-dipyridy disulphide as a reactivity probe.
They are papain from Carica Papaya from Moraceae [20], Ficin from Ficus carica from Moraceae [8], Calatropin from Calatropis gigantean from Asclepiadaceae [21], Euphorbain from Euphorbia lathyris from Euphorbiaceae [6] and Eravatamin of Ervatomia coronaria [22].
39) Ver Robert Klein, << L'imagination comme vetement de l'ame chez Marsile Ficin et Giordano Bruno," en La forme et l'intelligible, Gallimard, Tel, 1983, p.
The f antigen is known to be resistant to enzymes and other chemicals including Ficin, papain, trypsin, pronase, sialidase, DTT.
On en lut certainement bien d'autres: mais ce livre, semi-savant, semi-mondain, nous parait avoir compte, a Lyon, plus que l'oeuvre de Ficin elle-meme" (Maurice Sceve, Geneva: Slatkine, 1981 (1948-49) 209).