lactoglobulin
noun Date: 1885 a crystalline protein fraction that is obtained from the whey of milk

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  • Lactoglobulin — Lạc|to|glo|bu|lin, eigtl. β Lactoglobulin [↑ Lact u. ↑ Globulin] in Frauenmilch u. Kuhmilch enthaltenes, hitzestabiles Sphäroprotein aus zwei Peptidketten (MG 183 63) mit jeweils 162 Aminosäureresten …   Universal-Lexikon

  • lactoglobulin — |lak(ˌ)tō+ noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary lact + globulin; probably originally formed in Swedish : a crystalline protein fraction that is obtained from the whey of milk and is soluble in half saturated ammonium sulfate… …   Useful english dictionary

  • lactoglobulin — noun The globulin content of milk …   Wiktionary

  • lactoglobulin — The globulin present in milk, making up 50–60% of bovine whey protein. * * * lac·to·glob·u·lin gläb yə lən n a crystalline protein fraction that is obtained from the whey of milk * * * lac·to·glob·u·lin (lak″to globґu lin) a globulin… …   Medical dictionary

  • lactoglobulin — n. simple globular protein present in milk …   English contemporary dictionary

  • lactoglobulin — lac·to·globulin …   English syllables

  • Beta-lactoglobulin — β lactoglobulin is the major whey protein of cow s milk ( 3 g/l), and is also present in many other mammalian species; a notable exception being humans. Its structure, properties and biological role have been reviewed many times… …   Wikipedia

  • beta-lactoglobulin — noun see lactoglobulin …   Useful english dictionary

  • LG — lactoglobulin; lamellar granule; laryngectomy; lateral gastrocnemius; left gluteal; Lennox Gastaut …   Medical dictionary

  • LG — • lactoglobulin; • lamellar granule; • laryngectomy; • lateral gastrocnemius; • left gluteal; • Lennox Gastaut [syndrome]; • leucylglycine; • linguogingival; • lipoglycopeptide; • liver graft; • low glucose; • lymphatic gland …   Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

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