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permease

[pur-mee-eys, -eyz] /ˈpɜr miˌeɪs, -ˌeɪz/
noun, Biochemistry
1.
any of the proteins that mediate the transport of various molecules across biological membranes.
Origin
< French perméase (1956), equivalent to permé(able) permeable + -ase -ase
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permease in Medicine

permease per·me·ase (pûr'mē-ās')
n.
An enzyme that promotes the passage of a substance across a cell membrane.

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