histaminase[his tam′i nās′]
histaminase definition by Webster's New World
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an enzyme found in the animal digestive system, capable of inactivating histamine
Origin: histamin(e)- plush -ase
histaminase definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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An enzyme that catalyzes the inactivation of histamine and is found in the digestive system.
histaminase - Medical Definition
An enzyme that inactivates histamine and is found in the digestive system.