lysokinase

ly·so·ki·nase

(lī'sō-kī'nās),
Term for activator agents (for example, streptokinase, urokinase, staphylokinase) that produce plasmin by indirect or multiple-stage action on plasminogen.

lysokinase

[lī′sōkī′nās]
an enzyme that serves as an activating agent for the production of plasmin.

lysokinase

(1) An obsolete term for any enzyme (e.g., streptokinase, urokinase) capable of acting on plasminogen to generate plasmin. 
(2) t-Plasminogen activator (see there), EC 3.4.21.68.

ly·so·ki·nase

(lī'sō-kī'nās)
Term proposed for activator agents (e.g., streptokinase, urokinase, staphylokinase) that produce plasmin by indirect or multiple-stage action on plasminogen.

lysokinase

a general term for substances of the fibrinolytic system that activate plasma proactivators.
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