Origin of trypsin
Related formstryp·tic [trip-tik] /ˈtrɪp tɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for trypsin
The chief distinction is that trypsin acts in an alkaline solution, while pepsin acts in an acid solution.Encyclopedia of Diet|Eugene Christian
Why, there was my theory of the hydrolysis of casein by trypsin, which Professor Walters had been carrying out in his laboratory.The Jacket (The Star-Rover)|Jack London
These unorganized ferments are such as rennin, pepsin, trypsin, ptyalin.The Book of Cheese|Charles Thom and Walter Warner Fisk
It is digested by trypsin and slowly destroyed by the fat solvent anæsthetics, such as chloroform.The Nature of Animal Light|E. Newton Harvey
Trypsin: solution of small shreds of fresh fibrin in neutral and alkaline media, and tryptophan test.