-in

[L. -ina, adj. suffix]
Suffix in chemistry used in naming certain compounds, including enzymes, e.g., pepsin; hormones, e.g., insulin; tissue and cell components, e.g., myosin; antibodies, e.g., agglutinin; and pharmaceuticals, e.g., streptomycin.
SEE: -ine

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