ulex europaeus

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u·lex eu·ro·pae·us

(yū'leks yū-rō-pē'ŭs),
A lectin that reacts specifically with α-l-fucose, used as a marker for endothelial cells in paraffin sections.

Ulex europaeus

a weedy shrub; member of the family Fabaceae; sometimes used as feed in times of shortage; contains ulexine a nerve and muscle poison but seldom causes poisoning. Called also furze, gorse.
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