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zy·mo·gen·ic (zī′mə-jĕn′ĭk) also zy·mog·e·nous (zī-mŏj′ə-nəs)
1. Of or relating to a zymogen.
2. Capable of causing fermentation.
1. (Biochemistry) of or relating to a zymogen
2. (Biochemistry) capable of causing zymogenesis
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Advances in analytical techniques have demonstrated that proteases conduct highly specific and selective modifications of proteins such as activation of zymogenic
forms of enzymes by limited proteolysis blood clotting and lysis of fibrin clots and processing and transport of secretory proteins across the membranes (Fox et al.
Micro organisms which are used in researching for doing this research they use unidirectional bacteria and zymogenic
which is indicating bellow:
The diameters and densities of parietal and zymogenic
cells were measured from slides stained with H&E.