endobiotic


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en·do·bi·ot·ic

 (ĕn′də-bī-ŏt′ĭk)
adj.
Living as a parasite or symbiont within the tissues of a host.
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endobiotic

(ˌɛndəʊbaɪˈɒtɪk)
adj
(Microbiology) formed within a host cell
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en•do•bi•ot•ic

(ˌɛn doʊ baɪˈɒt ɪk)

adj.
(of an organism) existing as a parasite or symbiont entirely within a host organism.
[1895–1900]
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Rettie, "Ocular cytochrome P450s and transporters: Roles in disease and endobiotic and xenobiotic disposition," Drug Metabolism Reviews, vol.
GST participates in the process of xenobiotic detoxification and the detoxification of endobiotic compounds.
Amacher, "The effects of cytochrome P450 induction by xenobiotics on endobiotic metabolism in pre-clinical safety studies," Toxicology Mechanisms and Methods, vol.
The GST in insects is a multifunctional enzyme involved in the detoxification of xenobiotic and endobiotic compounds through conjugating tripeptide (y-Glu-Cys-Gly) glutathione (GSH) to hydrophobic substrates.
(Trentepohliales, Ulvophyceae), a rare endobiotic alga from China.
Diverse early endobiotic coral symbiont assemblage from the Katian (Late Ordovician) of Baltica.
The sponge Zygomycale parishii (Bowerbank) and its endobiotic fauna.