apoenzyme

apoenzyme

[ap-oh-en-zahym]
noun Biochemistry.
the protein component that with a coenzyme forms a complete enzyme.

Origin:
1935–40; < French; see apo-, enzyme

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apoenzyme (ˌæpəʊˈɛnzaɪm)
 
n
a protein component that together with a coenzyme forms an enzyme

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apoenzyme ap·o·en·zyme (āp'ō-ěn'zīm)
n.
The protein component of an enzyme that combines with the coenzyme to form the active enzyme.

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apoenzyme   (āp'ō-ěn'zīm)  Pronunciation Key 
The protein component of an enzyme, to which the coenzyme attaches to form an active enzyme.
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