glutenin
A glutelin found in endosperm of wheatgrain. Component of gluten and through its tendency to polymerize contributes to properties of dough.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • Glutenin — ist ein Proteingemisch und Bestandteil von Weizen Gluten. Es besteht zu 20 Prozent aus HMW (High Molecular Weight) Untereinheiten, die relativ schwefelarm sind. Die restlichen 80 Prozent sind LMW (Low Molecular Weight) Untereinheiten… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Glutenin — (or e) is the glutelin derived from wheat. Gluteninis a protein best known for its role, along with gliadin, in the creation of gluten with its disulfide inter and intra molecule links. It consists of 20% HMW ( High Molecular Weight ) subunits,… …   Wikipedia

  • glutenin — gliuteninas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Kviečių baltymas. atitikmenys: angl. glutenin rus. глутенин …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • glutenin — /glooht n in/, n. a simple protein of cereal grains that imparts adhesive properties to flour. [1890 1900; GLUTEN + IN1] * * * …   Universalium

  • glutenin — noun The glutelin protein of wheat …   Wiktionary

  • glutenin — Any glutelin in the endosperm of wheat seeds; believed to be responsible for the viscoelastic properties of wheat dough. * * * glu·te·nin ən ən n a glutelin found esp. in wheat and obtained by extracting gluten with dilute alkali …   Medical dictionary

  • Glutenin — Glu|te|nin [↑ Gluten u. ↑ in (3)], das; s, e: das ↑ Glutelin des Weizens …   Universal-Lexikon

  • glutenin — glu·te·nin …   English syllables

  • glutenin — glu•ten•in [[t]ˈglut n ɪn[/t]] n. biochem. a simple protein of cereal grains that imparts adhesive properties to flour • Etymology: 1890–1900; gluten+ in I …   From formal English to slang

  • glutenin — ˈglütənə̇n noun ( s) Etymology: gluten + in : a glutelin found especially in wheat and obtained by extracting gluten with dilute alkali …   Useful english dictionary

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