lysate

lysate

[lahy-seyt]
noun Biochemistry.
the mixture of substances formed by the lysis of cells.

Origin:
1920–25; lys(is) + -ate1

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lysate ly·sate (lī'sāt')
n.
The cellular debris and fluid produced by lysis.

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