Most abundant protein in egg-yolk.
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Vi·tel'lin noun [ See Vitellus .] (Physiol. Chem.) An albuminous body, belonging to the class of globulins, obtained from yolk of egg, of which it is the chief proteid constituent, and from the seeds of many plants. From the latter it can be...
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<protein> most abundant protein in egg yolk. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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• (n.) An albuminous body, belonging to the class of globulins, obtained from yolk of egg, of which it is the chief proteid constituent, and from the seeds of many plants. From the latter it can be separated in crystalline form.
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vitellin In biochemistry, protein in the yolk of an egg.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: vī-tel′in Definitions: 1. A lipophosphoprotein combined with lecithin in the yolk of egg. Synonyms: lipovitellin, ovovitellin
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Vitellin is a protein found in the egg yolk. == See also == ...
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1) Most abundant protein in egg-yolk
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