glycyl

glycyl

[glahy-suhl] Biochemistry.
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to a glycinic residue present in a polypeptide or protein.
noun
2.
the acyl radical C 2 H 4 NO of glycine.

Origin:
1900–05; glyc(ine) + -yl

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glycyl gly·cyl (glī'səl)
n.
A univalent acyl radical of glycine.

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