Mucinogen

Mu·cin'o·gen (mu*sĭn'o*jĕn) noun [ Mucin + -gen .] (Physiol.) Same as Mucigen .
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mucinogen

<physiology> Same as Mucigen. ... Origin: Mucin + -gen. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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mucinogen

(mu-sin´o-jen) a precursor of mucin.
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Mucinogen

• (n.) Same as Mucigen.
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mucinogen

mucinogen A glycoprotein that forms mucin.
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mucinogen

Type: Term Pronunciation: myū-sin′ō-jen Definitions: 1. A glycoprotein that forms mucin through the imbibition of water.
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