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ly·sine

 (lī′sēn′, -sĭn)
n.
An essential amino acid, C6H14N2O2, obtained by the hydrolysis of proteins and required by the body for optimum growth.
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lysine

(ˈlaɪsiːn; -sɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) an essential amino acid that occurs in proteins
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ly•sine

(ˈlaɪ sin, -sɪn)

n.
a crystalline, basic, essential amino acid, H2N(CH2)4CH(NH2)COOH, produced chiefly from many proteins by hydrolysis. Abbr.: Lys;Symbol: K
[1890–95; lys(is) + -ine2]
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ly·sine

(lī′sēn′)
An essential amino acid. See more at amino acid.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lysine - an essential amino acid found in proteins; occurs especially in gelatin and casein
essential amino acid - an amino acid that is required by animals but that they cannot synthesize; must be supplied in the diet
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lysine

n lisina
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In our experiment, the amino-acid-defined pellets had been prepared with lysine hydrochloride, which meant that our mice were required to eat one molecule of hydrochloric acid for each molecule of lysine.

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