Lyse vs Colicin - What's the difference?

lyse | colicin |


As a verb lyse

is i pour.

As a noun colicin is

(protein) any of a class of protein, secreted by certain strains of bacteria, that kills but does not lyse other strains.

lyse

English

Verb

(lys)
  • (biology) To burst or cut a cell or cell structure; to induce lysis.
  • (biochemistry) To break down molecularly into smaller molecules; to induce lysis.
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    colicin

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (protein) Any of a class of protein, secreted by certain strains of bacteria, that kills but does not lyse other strains.