- any of a class of soluble compounds derived from proteins by the action of the gastric juices, pancreatic juices, etc.
Origin of proteose
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The germ is also rich in protein, mainly in the form of globulins and proteoses.Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value
Plainly, proteoses and peptones in the blood and lymph are foreign substances.
Proteoses and peptones are proteids that are formed by the digestion of other proteids.Encyclopedia of Diet
In these dialyzer experiments it was observed that not only did peptones diffuse, but also the proteoses.
This certainly implies a far more rapid absorption of proteoses and peptones from the stomach than results seem to justify.
- rare any of a group of compounds formed during proteolysis that are less complex than metaproteins but more so than peptonesAlso called (esp US): albumose
C20: from protein + -ose ²
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- Any of various water-soluble compounds that are produced during digestion by the hydrolytic breakdown of proteins.
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