autolysate


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autolysate

 [aw-tol´ĭ-sāt]
a substance produced by autolysis.

au·tol·y·sate

(aw-tol'i-sāt),
The mixture of substances (for example, broken) resulting from autolysis.

autolysate

(ô-tŏl′ĭ-sāt′, -zāt′)
n.
An end product of autolysis.

au·tol·y·sate

(aw-tol'i-sāt)
The mixture of substances resulting from autolysis.

autolysate

a substance produced by autolysis.
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