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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of enzymes

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of enzymes:

Derived Form of enzymes

root word: enzyme
plural: enzymes
root word: enzyme
Noun: enzyme
any of several complex proteins that are produced by cells and act as catalysts in specific biochemical reactions
Hyponymsadenosine deaminase, amylase, catalase, cholinesterase, coagulase, collagenase, complement, cyclooxygenase, de-iodinase, decarboxylase, disaccharidase, elastase, enterokinase, histaminase, hyaluronidase, isomerase, kinase, lipase, lysozyme, monoamine oxidase, nitrogenase, nuclease, oxidase, oxidoreductase, papain, penicillinase, pepsin, pepsinogen, phosphatase, plasmin, polymerase, protease, reductase, rennin, secretase, streptodornase, streptokinase, superoxide dismutase, telomerase, transferase, trypsin, urease, zymase,
Hypernymscatalyst, protein,
Meronymsactive site,
Partsactive site*,
Type ofaccelerators, catalysts, proteins,
TypesADAs, adenosine deaminase*, amylases, beta-lactamases, catalases, cholinesterases, chymosins, coagulases, collagenases, complements, Cox*, cyclooxygenases, decarboxylases, de-iodinases, disaccharidases, elastases, enterokinases, fibrinolysins, histaminases, hyaluronidases, Hyazyme*, isomerases, kinases, lipases, lysozymes, MAOs, monoamine oxidase*, muramidases, nitrogenases, nucleases, oxidases, oxidoreductases, papains, penicillinases, pepsinogens, pepsins, peptidases, phosphatases, plasmins, polymerases, proteases, proteinases, proteolytic enzyme*, reductases, rennins, secretases, SODs, spreading factor*, streptodornases, streptokinases, superoxide dismutase*, telomerases, transferases, trypsins, ureases, zymases,
See alsoenzymatic, nonenzymatic, zymoid,

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  4. of the bacterial enzymes which create hard cheeses are too. Is parmesean not natural?
  5. specific enzymes of enterococc
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  7. Now to extract our enzymes. The enzymes are not only located inside of the fruit,
  8. that occurs in the grain, to change the enzymes to digestible enzymes in the grain crop.
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  10. They're splicing enzymes, enzymes, proteins, thus there
  11. Coupling of splicing enzymes with degradative enzymes,
  12. proteases and nucleic acid degrading enzymes and lipid degrading enzymes
  15. of transferase. We have six different types of enzymes. Of those enzymes, there was one
  16. have different enzymes and these different enzymes in turn have different cofactors the
  17. of these are redox processes and all of these will be using redox enzymes. Redox enzymes
  18. Now we have to look at the enzymes. The enzymes are NADH dehydrogenase. As soon as we see
  19. acid enzymes like histidine synthesis enzymes, those