Common misspellings for lysine:
kysine, pysine, oysine, ltsine, lgsine, lhsine, lusine, l7sine, l6sine, lyaine, lyzine, lyxine, lydine, lyeine, lywine, lysune, lysjne, lyskne, lysone, lys9ne, lys8ne, lysibe, lysime, lysije, lysihe, lysinw, lysins, lysind, lysinr, lysin4, lysin3, klysine, lkysine, plysine, lpysine, olysine, loysine, ltysine, lytsine, lgysine, lygsine, lhysine, lyhsine, luysine, lyusine, l7ysine, ly7sine, l6ysine, ly6sine, lyasine, lysaine, lyzsine, lyszine, lyxsine, lysxine, lydsine, lysdine, lyesine, lywsine, lyswine, lysuine, lysiune, lysjine, lysijne, lyskine, lysikne, lysoine, lysione, lys9ine, lysi9ne, lys8ine, lysi8ne, lysibne, lysinbe, lysimne, lysinme, lysinje, lysihne, lysinhe, lysinwe, lysinew, lysinse, lysines, lysinde, lysined, lysinre, lysiner, lysin4e, lysine4, lysin3e, lysine3, ysine, lsine, lysne, lysie, ylsine, lsyine, lyisne, lysnie, lysien, llysine, lyysine, lyssine, lysiine, lysinne, lysinee, lysine, dysine, hysine, nysine, mysine, l9sine, lisine, lqsine, lxsine, ly3ine, lyqine, lyrine, lysyne, lysane, lysmne, lyshne, lysi.e, lysife, lysile, lysioe, lysinu, lysina, lysayene, lyseyene, lysign, l ysine, ly sine, lys ine, lysi ne, lysin e.
Definition of lysine:
- An essential amino acid. It is often added to animal feed.
- One of the hexone bases produced from various proteins by hydrolytic cleavage; upon putrefaction it yields cadaverine.
- [ Greek] A diamino-acid, constituent of some plant proteins, a dietary factor, and cleavage product of certain animal proteins; C6H14O2N2.