Edestin

Edestin (also known as Edistin) is a globulin legumin protein that is found in hemp seeds. The name edestin is from the Greek meaning edible. Edestin protein resembles the globulins found in human blood plasma and is active in DNA repair. Edestin protein sustains life in humans. ...
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edestin

(from the article `protein`) ...globulins, insoluble in water, can be extracted from seeds by treatment with 2 to 10 percent solutions of sodium chloride. Many plant globulins ...
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edestin

A hexameric globulin derived from the castor oil bean, hemp seed, and other seeds. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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edestin

Type: Term Pronunciation: ĕ-des′tin Definitions: 1. A hexameric globulin derived from the castor oil bean, hemp seed, and other seeds. It will support the growth of animals in the absence of other dietary proteins.
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