Carboxypeptidase

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Carboxypeptidase

(Science: enzyme) enzymes (particularly of pancreas) that remove the c terminal amino acid from a protein or peptide. Carboxypeptidase a, will remove any amino acid, carboxypeptidase B is specific for terminal lysine or arginine.

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