aldolase

[al-duh-leys, -leyz]

Origin of aldolase

1935–40; < German Aldolase; see aldol, -ase
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aldolase in Medicine

aldolase

[ăldə-lās′, lāz′]
n.
  1. An enzyme present in certain living tissues, including skeletal and heart muscle tissues, that catalyzes the breakdown of a fructose ester into triose sugars.
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