Definition of Dyslysin

1. n. A resinous substance formed in the decomposition of cholic acid of bile; -- so called because it is difficult to solve.



Definition of Dyslysin

1. Noun. (biochemistry dated) A resinous substance formed in the decomposition of cholic acid of bile. ¹

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Medical Definition of Dyslysin

1. A resinous substance formed in the decomposition of cholic acid of bile; so called because it is difficult to solve. Origin: Gr. Ill, hard + a loosing. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dyslysin

dyslexia
dyslexias
dyslexic
dyslexically
dyslexics
dyslipidaemia
dyslipidaemias
dyslipidemia
dyslipidemias
dyslogia
dyslogies
dyslogistic
dyslogistically
dyslogy
dysluite
dyslysin (current term)
dysmasesis
dysmature
dysmaturity
dysmelias
dysmelic
dysmenorrheas
dysmenorrheic
dysmenorrhoeal membrane
dysmenorrhoeas
dysmetria
dysmetrias

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