Of, relating to, or derived from milk. (adjective)
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Use "lactic" in a sentence
"Virtanen established the indispensability of cozymase in lactic and propionic acid fermentations, as well as the phosphorylation of sugar (1924)."
"We know from previous research that the drugs used in the study can have dangerous side effects, including liver damage, kidney failure, and a potentially fatal problem called lactic acidosis."
"The most commonly used culture in rural cheese factories is known as lactic culture, since its principle function is to form lactic acid from the lactose of the milk."