Heterolysis definition

hĕtə-rŏlĭ-sĭs, -ə-rō-līsĭs
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(biology) The destruction of cells by the action of enzymes originating from a source outside the cells, as from neutrophils.
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(chemistry) A chemical reaction in which the breaking of bonds leads to the formation of ion pairs.
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The destruction of cells of one species by lysins or enzymes derived from cells of a different species.
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(chem.) The breakdown of a compound into two particles with opposite charges.
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(biology) The destruction of cells by the action of enzymes originating from a source outside the cells, as from neutrophils.
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(chemistry) A chemical reaction in which the breaking of bonds leads to the formation of ion pairs.
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(chemistry) In organic chemistry, the splitting of a molecule to form a pair of oppositely charged ions.
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(biology) The disruption of blood cells by a heterolysin, or by enzymes from another species.
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