transglucosylase

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trans·glu·co·syl·ase -'glü-kə-.sil-.ās, -.glü-kə-'sil-.āz n GLUCOSYLTRANSFERASE

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trans·glu·co·syl·ase (trans″gloo-koґsə-lās) glucosyltransferase.

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