lysin lysin


  • (n) any substance (such as an antibody) or agent that can cause lysis


  1. Wilson and Whitacre were soon discussing the price of lysine in talks with representatives of ADM's two biggest rivals in the field, the Japanese companies Ajinomoto and Kyowa Hakko.
  2. That might help explain how ADM grabbed a 50% share of the worldwide market for lysine.
  3. They are rich in B vitamins and lysine, the important aminoacid that is missing from protein made from grain.
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animosity animosity
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