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 (hī-drŏl′ĭ-sāt′, hī′drə-lī′-) also hy·drol·y·zate (-zāt′)
A product of hydrolysis.




(Chemistry) a substance or mixture produced by hydrolysis
[C20: from hydrolysis + -ate1]


(haɪˈdrɒl əˌseɪt)

a compound formed by hydrolysis.
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Noun1.hydrolysate - a product of hydrolysis
product - a chemical substance formed as a result of a chemical reaction; "a product of lime and nitric acid"
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Furthermore, two distinct fractions (soluble and insoluble) of hydrolysates can be obtained through enzymatic hydrolysis, in addition to the oil fraction.
Mixes of L-amino acids and hydrolysates of mussel and zosterin preparation were additionally added into test batches of meat products taking into account the medico-biological requirements for COPD patients [18-22].
2011) that inclusion of these hydrolysates fruitfully enhanced the lysine titre.
Dual Action Of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Peptide Hydrolysates
High-performance liquid chromatography method for simultaneous determination of aliphatic acid, aromatic acid and neutral degradation products in biomass pretreatment hydrolysates.
Promod[TM] 782MDP is the newest addition to this family of Biocatalysts' enzymes and is used to decrease bitterness and produce superior tasting whey protein hydrolysates.
cerevisiae from different perspectives such as substrates, inhibitors reduction in biomass hydrolysates, growth variables, coculturing it with other microbes, and different immobilization techniques.
Studies have shown that bioactive peptides and protein hydrolysates found in seaweed can inhibit ACE and renin enzymes.
These hydrophobic amino acids increase the affinity between the peptides and fatty acids [6-8], thus attracting the antioxidant amino acid residues toward the radical species and unsaturated fatty acids, finally increasing the antioxidant activities of the hydrolysates [9,10].
Summary: In this study the fish scales a waste product from the fish industry were converted into water soluble protein hydrolysates on heating with aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide.