derived protein


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de·rived pro·tein

a derivative of protein effected by chemical change, for example, hydrolysis.

derived protein

[dirīvd′]
a small protein obtained by enzymatic or chemical hydrolysis of a larger protein source.

derived protein

A protein altered chemically or physically.
See also: protein
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