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zymotic disease

An obsolete term  for any epidemic, endemic, contagious, or sporadic affection which is produced by some morbific principle or organism acting on the system like a ferment. It is not used in the working medical parlance, as no one enzyme (“ferment”) is capable of evoking the Gotterdammerung contained within the definition.
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He told farmers that NDDC had procured 50,000 litres of soil conditioners and 50,000 litres of Agric Zyme for distribution in the region.
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"At Zyme, we are proud of our commitment to active collaboration.
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Trislaicio stogelio trikampis konturas buvo islikes sienoje, o zyme ant virsutines frizines juostos rode visu slaitu susikirtimo vieta, sutapusia su erkerio centro linija.
Based on these findings, we discuss the potential benefits of en zyme replacement therapy and initiate steps to start this therapy.
Lyso zyme, lactoferrin, and secretory immunoglobulin A content in breast milk: influence of duration of lactation, nutrition status, prolactin status, and parity of mother.
A comparison of international words having similar and different meanings in English and Lithuanian Words Meanings found Meanings found both in Lithuanian only in English and in English agent agentas medziaga aggregate agregatas uzpildas block blokas daugiabutis namas, kvartalas finish finisas apdaila matrix matrica risamoji medziaga pilot pilotas bandomoji programa post postas stulpas, polius solid solidus tvirtas stress stresas iraza, ztempimas trace trasa, kelias pedsakas, zyme, zenklas Table 2.
Thirteen students have been named valedictorian: Zyme Burris, Amy Deehr, Nicole Delimont, Matthew Green, Megan Hibner, Ngan Hoang, Alyse Johnson, Kassy Lynass, Brian McAndrew, Mallory Menzenberg, Ally Romanko, Gwyneth Shanks and Anya Tyson.
Integration of our in vitro-generated various ribozyme activities may lead to novel antibiotic synthesis through rational modular ribo zyme design.
This en zyme could be responsible for the rapid release of a large amount of calcium ions that may enter the epithelium via [Ca.sup.2+][-2H.sup.+] antiports or simply down a concentration gradient (15).