autolyze

(redirected from autolyzed)
Also found in: Dictionary.

au·to·lyze

(aw'tō-līz),
To undergo autolysis.
Synonym(s): autolyse

autolyze

(ô′tl-īz′)
v. auto·lyzed, auto·lyzing, auto·lyzes
v.tr.
To cause to undergo autolysis.
v.intr.
To undergo autolysis.
References in periodicals archive ?
Could it be that in the case of the severely autolyzed tissues of the cows in Switzerland, the proteinase K might already have been weakened or inhibited and when combined with the higher protease resistance of the C1 fragment, the digestion was incomplete?
The deceptive advertising suit alleges that Taco Bell's "beef" is mostly made up of water, flavoring, additives and fillers with names like isolated oat product, soy lecithin, maltodextrin, autolyzed yeast extract, silicon dioxide, modified corn starch and sodium phosphate.
ANSWER: Autolyzed yeast extract is added to foods as a flavor enhancer.
The all natural and fully cooked line of beef entrees from Harris Ranch feature all natural ingredients and seasonings, and are free of preservatives, hydrolyzed proteins, artificial colors, autolyzed yeast, dextrose and maltodextrin.
A is not only for apple, it is for apple brandy, apple butter, apple green eggplant, and apple pie spice, as well as abalone, Arborio rice, asparagus cooker, Assam tea, autolyzed yeast, avocado leaf, and Athenaeus (Third Century Greek author of Deipnosophistai--The Learned Banquet) in this encyclopedia describing some 8,000 food ingredients, types of food, cooking techniques and equipment, and various other food and beverage related topics, including approximately 120 biographies.
Then 80 [micro]l of starter culture were added to 100 mL of LB broth in a 500-mL baffled Erlenmeyer flask and grown in the incubator shaker until approximately 90% of the cultured cells had sporulated and autolyzed.
And the company does it without the MSG, autolyzed yeast extract, disodium inosinate, and other flavor enhancers that some brands use.
Because some submissions arrived too autolyzed to examine or some hunters did not include all requested organs, the number of tests performed (parasitology, bacteriology, fecal flotations) was less than the total number of bird specimens received.
Autolyzed yeast extract is also the primary source of monosodium glutamate.
It is important to point out that selection of tissue specimens is crucial when using molecular techniques, because autolyzed or inadequately fixed tissues may lead to degraded or low molecular DNA.
4) The peeled skin is autolyzed, or digested, by enzymes released from the cells The degree of skin slippage--pathologists use the term "maceration"(5)--has been correlated with the time of fetal demise before delivery(6) This analysis has traditionally been performed using the Langley and Bain Scale.
Maceration and protoplast production from tomato tissues with the enzymic complex from autolyzed cultures of Alternaria alternata.