[ ek-soh-pep-ti-deys, -deyz ]
/ ˌɛk soʊˈpɛp tɪˌdeɪs, -ˌdeɪz /
any enzyme that catalyzes the removal of an amino acid from the end of a polypeptide chain.
- exophiala jeanselmei,
- exophiala werneckii
Origin of exopeptidase
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/ (ˌɛksəʊˈpɛptɪˌdeɪz) /
any proteolytic enzyme, such as erepsin, that acts on the terminal bonds in a peptide chainCompare endopeptidase
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[ ĕk′sō-pĕp′tĭ-dās′, -dāz′ ]
Any of a group of enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of single amino acids from the end of a polypeptide chain.
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