tautomerase

tautomerase

 [taw-tom´er-ās]
an enzyme that catalyzes tautomeric reactions.

tautomerase

/tau·tom·er·ase/ (-ās) any enzyme catalyzing the interconversion of tautomers.

tautomerase

(taw-tŏm′ĕr-ās) [″ + ″ + -ase, enzyme]
An enzyme that catalyzes tautomeric reactions.

tautomerase

an enzyme that catalyzes tautomeric reactions.
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Meg had an extra row of little curlpapers across her forehead, Jo had copiously anointed her afflicted face with cold cream, Beth had taken Joanna to bed with her to atone for the approaching separation, and Amy had capped the climax by putting a colthespin on her nose to uplift the offending feature.
I had one little glimpse of another thing, one day, which gave me a great uplift.
Are the Achaeans, woe betide them, pressing you hard about the city that you have thought fit to come and uplift your hands to Jove from the citadel?
While I was wondering at it the fellow holding our horses was moved to uplift his voice.
When I ran to uplift him, to all appearance he was DEAD.
You don't allow for our national buoyancy and uplift.
It uplifts the soul to see such men as the old count and his worthy son," said she.
Without pondering in detail upon the matter at all, his sensations were of purification and uplift.
Happy the boys and girls who tell all things freely to father or mother, sure of pity, help, and pardon; and thrice happy the parents who, out of their own experience, and by their own virtues, can teach and uplift the souls for which they are responsible.
Safely, if Son of God; For it is written, 'He will give command Concerning thee to his Angels; in their hands They shall uplift thee, lest at any time Thou chance to dash thy foot against a stone.
Anne's disapproval of the whole project showed itself in the haughty uplift of her head and the studied politeness of her remarks.
From the intimate and complicated manner in which the elevatory and eruptive forces were shown to be connected during this train of phenomena, we may confidently come to the conclusion, that the forces which slowly and by little starts uplift continents, and those which at successive periods pour forth volcanic matter from open orifices, are identical.