Definition of casease in English:

casease

noun

Biochemistry
  • Any of a group of proteolytic enzymes, produced mainly by bacteria, that are capable of breaking down casein.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in American Journal Pharmacy. From case- + -ase, after French caséase.

Pronunciation

casease

/ˈkeɪsɪeɪs//ˈkeɪsɪeɪz/