Proteid

Pro'te·id noun [ Greek prw^tos first.] (Physiol. Chem.) One of a class of amorphous nitrogenous principles, containing, as a rule, a small amount of sulphur; an albuminoid, as blood fibrin, casein of milk, etc. Proteids are present in nearly all animal fluids and make up the greater par
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Proteid

Pro'te·id noun -- Defensive proteid (Physiol. Chem.) , one of a class of proteid substances, present in some animal tissues and fluids, that make the body immune to certain infectious diseases by destroying or rendering inactive the toxic products of bacterial growth.
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proteid

<physiology> One of a class of amorphous nitrogenous principles, containing, as a rule, a small amount of sulphur; an albuminoid, as blood fibrin, casein of milk, etc. Proteids are present in nearly all animal fluids and make up the greater part of animal tissues and organs. They are also important constituents of vegetable tissues. See Note
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Proteid

• (n.) One of a class of amorphous nitrogenous principles, containing, as a rule, a small amount of sulphur; an albuminoid, as blood fibrin, casein of milk, etc. Proteids are present in nearly all animal fluids and make up the greater part of animal tissues and organs. They are also important constituents of vegetable tissues. See 2d Note unde
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proteid

(from the article `Caudata`) ...in western North America, and Hydromantes in western North America and the central Mediterranean region) and more than 250 species.Family ... Salamanders are very ancient survivors of a Mesozoic (245 to 66.4 million years ago) radiation. The cryptobranchids, sirenids, proteids, and ... [2 related artic...
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