globulin

(glob´u-lin) any of numerous proteins that are insoluble in water or highly concentrated salt solutions but soluble in moderately concentrated salt solutions. Almost all plasma proteins are globulins; the most important exception is albumin. The plasma globulins are separated into five fractions by serum proteinelectrop...
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globulin

[n] - a family of proteins found in blood and milk and muscle and in plant seed
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Globulin

• (n.) An albuminous body, insoluble in water, but soluble in dilute solutions of salt. It is present in the red blood corpuscles united with haematin to form haemoglobin. It is also found in the crystalline lens of the eye, and in blood serum, and is sometimes called crystallin. In the plural the word is applied to a group of proteid substanc...
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globulin

<protein> A simple globular protein which cannot be dissolved in pure water but which can be dissolved if a salt is added to the water. It can also be precipitated out of solution and into a solid with a solution of ammonium sulphate at 50% saturation. ... Examples of globulin proteins are immunoglobulin and cryoglobulin. ... (14 Oct 1997) .....
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Globulin

Glob'u·lin noun [ From Globule : confer French globuline .] (Phisiol. Chem.) An albuminous body, insoluble in water, but soluble in dilute solutions of salt. It is present in the red blood corpuscles united with hæmatin to form hæmoglobin. It is also found in the crystalline lens ...
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Globulin

A major class of proteins found in the seeds of plants and in various tissues and substances of vertebrate and invertebrate animals, including blood, muscle, and milk.
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globulin

Any of a family of globular proteins that are soluble in dilute salt solutions (but generally insoluble in water) and present in blood, eggs, milk, and as a reserve protein in seeds. Blood serum globulins come in four types: alpha-1 (a1), alpha-2 (a2
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Globulin

Family of proteins from plasma or serum of the blood.
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Globulin

Family of proteins from plasma or serum of the blood.
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globulin

globulin Any of a group of proteins insoluble in water, found in both animal and vegetable tissue.
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globulin

globulin, any of a large family of proteins of a spherical or globular shape that are widely distributed throughout the plant and animal kingdoms. Many of them have been prepared in pure crystalline form. The term globulin is a partly procedural one, used in classifying an otherwise diverse group of...
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globulin

one of the major classifications of proteins, which may be further divided into the euglobulins and the pseudoglobulins. The former group is ... [3 related articles]
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GLOBULIN

see immunoglobulin.
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globulin

Type: Term Pronunciation: glob′yū-lin Definitions: 1. Name for a family of proteins precipitated from plasma (or serum) by half-saturation with ammonium sulfate (addition of an equal volume of saturated ammonium sulfate). Globulins may be further fractionated by solubility, electrophoresis, ultracentrifugation, and other separation metho...
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