autolyze

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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.
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Intestinal mucosa, pancreas, brain, spleen, and liver were largely too autolyzed to evaluate.
Thus, the absence of PAS-positive organisms in the rather autolyzed liver of the burrowing owl does not necessarily rule out Histomonas.
One of the most significant mistakes that NSF sees in the formulation of gluten-free products, Knight says, comes in the use of hydrolyzed and autolyzed ingredients such as autolyzed yeast extract (AYE).
For example, if a bag of frozen broccoli lists 'broccoli' as the only ingredient, it is minimally processed; however, a bag of broccoli with cheese sauce may contain many ingredients, including substances such as sodium caseinate, autolyzed yeast extract, and disodium guanylate.
Though currently small, specialized yeast market consisting of beat glucan yeast, yeast autolyzed and yeast extracts is expected to witness rapid growth in the near future.
Water, sodium phosphates, food starch - modified, salt, natural flavouring, wheat starch, dextrose, citric acid, autolyzed yeast extract, rosemary extract, safflower oil
The Fairbairn's preparation mentioned above might be the modified form because he cultured for 5 to 8 days and autolyzed for 24 hr at 25 [degrees]C.
Toan NV, Production of Chitin and Chitosan from Partially Autolyzed Shrimp Shell Materials, The Open Biomaterials Journal, 2009; 1: 21-24.
Effects of autolyzed baker yeast as feed on growth and survival of Pinctada martensii (Dunker) D-larvae and juveniles.
If the food label says it contains autolyzed yeast, hydrolyzed soy protein, or sodium caseinate, the product has MSG content.
Allegedly, what Taco Bell advertises as "seasoned ground beef" is actually composed of just 35 percent ground beef--with the remaining 65 percent being composed of ingredients like sodium phosphate, maltodextrin, modified corn starch, soy lecithin, autolyzed yeast extract, wheat oats, isolated oat product, water and anti-dusting agent.
Histopathologic and immunohistochemical results were inconclusive because the tissues were severely autolyzed.