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Antitumour enzyme

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Antitumour enzyme

(Science: enzyme) An enzyme that stimulates the degradation of a particular metabolite that cannot be synthesised by tumour cells, inhibits the synthesis of a metabolite needed by tumour cells, or inhibits tumour-specific dna utilization; e.g., asparaginase.