proactivator

proactivator

 [pro-ak´tĭ-va″ter]
a precursor of an activator; a factor that reacts with an enzyme to form an activator.

pro·ac·ti·va·tor

(prō'ak'ti-vā-tŏr),
A substance that, when chemically split, yields a fragment (activator) capable of rendering another substance enzymatically active.

proactivator

/pro·ac·ti·va·tor/ (pro-ak´tĭ-vāt-er) a precursor of an activator; a factor that reacts with an enzyme to form an activator.

pro·ac·ti·va·tor

(prō-ak'ti-vā-tŏr)
A substance that, when chemically split, yields a fragment (activator) capable of rendering another substance enzymatically active.

proactivator

a precursor of an activator; a factor that reacts with an enzyme to form an activator.
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