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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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Raw, mechanically separated chicken meat and salmon protein hydrolysate as protein sources in extruded dog food: Effect on protein and amino acid digestibility.
Consumption of pork-liver protein hydrolysate reduces body fat in otsuka long-evanstokushima fatty rats by suppressing hepatic lipogenesis.
Chatterjee A, Kanawjia SK, Khetra Y, Saini P (2015) Discordance between in silico & in vitro analyses of ACE inhibitory & antioxidative peptides from mixed milk tryptic whey protein hydrolysate.
Before tituration with acetone the aqueous solution of protein hydrolysate was concentrated by evaporation of water.
11 days were recorded in adults feeding on a diet containing Nu lure followed by protein hydrolysate (control diet).
The healthy protein mix The combo of whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate and to top it up is the protein hydrolysate variety speaks in volumes about the intention.
As a whey protein hydrolysate, the product builds on whey proteins reputation for performance by making the protein even easier to absorb, so recovery can begin sooner.
To evaluate the inclusion of dry protein hydrolysate from tilapia filleting in diets for Nile tilapia larvae, five diets were formulated based on vegetable ingredients, being one control diet without adding TBHP, and four with the inclusion of 2, 0; 4.
Production of enzyme and protein hydrolysate from fish processing waste In: New horizons in biotechnology IRD editions, Kluwer Academic Publisher, India.