peptidolytic

pep·ti·do·lyt·ic

(pep'ti-dō-lit'ik),
Causing cleavage or digestion of peptides.
[peptide + G. lytikos, solvent]

pep·ti·do·lyt·ic

(pep'ti-dō-lit'ik)
Causing the cleavage or digestion of peptides.
[peptide + G. lytikos, solvent]

peptidolytic

(pĕp″tĭ-dō-lĭt′ĭk) [″ + lytikos, dissolving]
Causing the splitting up or digestion of peptides.
References in periodicals archive ?
Dalton, "Proteolytic and peptidolytic activities in commercial pancreatic protease preparations and their relationship to some whey protein hydrolysate characteristics," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
candidum are reported to have proteolytic, peptidolytic and lipolytic potential and hence used extensively in food industry (Medvedova et al., 2008).
Moreover, exposure of purified hPreP to an oxidizing agent, hydrogen peroxide, results in decreased peptidolytic activity [86].