Definition of notatin in English:

notatin

noun

Biochemistry
rare
  • The enzyme glucose oxidase, a flavoprotein which catalyses the oxidation of glucose to d-glucono-δ-lactone and hydrogen peroxide, and which is produced by various microfungi (especially Penicillium species).

Origin

1940s. From scientific Latin notatum, specific epithet (of Penicillium notatum) + -in.

Pronunciation

notatin

/nəʊˈteɪtɪn/