primary proteose


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pri·mar·y pro·te·ose

the first result of hydrolysis of metaprotein; two stages, protoproteose and heteroproteose, have been distinguished.

primary proteose

The first products formed during proteolysis of proteins.
See also: proteose
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A KID standing on the roof of a house, out of harm's way, saw a Wolf passing by and immediately began to taunt and revile him.
Upon these words a fire began to heat and kindle between them; insomuch that they began to rate and revile one the other, that the whole multitude therewith disquieted began to be set on a hurry.
And are there not many other cases in which we observe that when a man's desires violently prevail over his reason, he reviles himself, and is angry at the violence within him, and that in this struggle, which is like the struggle of factions in a State, his spirit is on the side of his reason;--but for the passionate or spirited element to take part with the desires when reason that she should not be opposed, is a sort of thing which thing which I believe that you never observed occurring in yourself, nor, as I should imagine, in any one else?
to rebuke and revile him, repeating often, that none but a coward ever struck a woman.
They wonder why I came not to revile venery and vice; and verily, I came not to warn against pickpockets either!

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