A pancreatic enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of proteins to form smaller polypeptide units.(noun)
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Use "trypsin" in a sentence
"Ibrahim had shown that trypsin is not present till seven or eight months of intrauterine development."
"The material may have come from a pig-derived enzyme called trypsin used early in development,"
"The proteins are chopped into smaller fragments using an enzyme called trypsin; these fragments are then vaporized, ionized, and shot through an electric field."