enamelins

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e·nam·el·ins

(ē-nam'ĕ-linz),
A class of proteins that form the organic matrix of mature tooth enamel.
[enamel + -in]

e·nam·el·ins

(ĕ-nam'ĕl-inz)
Proteins that form the organic matrix of mature tooth enamel.

e·nam·el·ins

(ĕ-nam'ĕl-inz)
Proteins that form organic matrix of mature tooth enamel.
[enamel + -in]
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Using modern gene sequencing technology, Meredith discovered mutations in the enamelin gene that disrupt how the enamelin protein is coded, resulting in obliteration of the genetic blueprint for the enamelin protein.