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.
No other lesions were noted in the moderately autolyzed carcass.
Biopsy of thyroid gland tissue having lesion other than follicular pattern and poorly fixed / autolyzed specimens were excluded.
Cell monolayers were allowed to form tight junctions and were subsequently treated with a concentration range of ocriplasmin, vehicle, or inactive (autolyzed) ocriplasmin.
A group of viral particles consistent with Zika virus were found in autolyzed cells without preserved cell membranes or recognizable intracellular structures, so that the precise cell type affected by the virus could not be determined (Figure 7, C).
The tests must allow exploration autolyzed attempts.
Some of the key determinations by the BOE include that yeast, malolactic bacteria and additions like autolyzed yeast, enzymes, Lysozyme and pectinase are not subject to tax.
It contains no chemical additives, MSG, autolyzed yeast extract; Eden-tested for non-GMO and gluten-free.
Early on, food folate was given for people with a pregnancy-related anemia in the form of autolyzed yeast; later the synthetic form, folic acid, was developed.
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).
"A good rule of thumb is to see if you can pronounce and recognize the ingredients listed; if you cant, chances are the food item is heavily processed." 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.