endoenzyme

endoenzyme

[en-doh-en-zahym]
noun Biochemistry.
an enzyme that functions within a cell.
Compare exoenzyme.


Origin:
endo- + enzyme

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endoenzyme (ˌɛndəʊˈɛnzaɪm)
 
n
Compare exoenzyme any of a group of enzymes, esp endopeptidases, that act upon inner chemical bonds in a chain of molecules

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endoenzyme en·do·en·zyme (ěn'dō-ěn'zīm')
n.
An enzyme that acts on or is retained within the cell producing it.

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