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albuminoid

 [al-bu´mĭ-noid]
1. resembling albumin.
2. an albumin-like substance; the term is sometimes applied to insoluble substances known as scleroproteins.

al·bu·mi·noid

(al-bū'min-oyd),
1. Resembling albumin.
2. Any protein.
3. A simple type of protein, insoluble in neutral solvents, present in horny and cartilaginous tissues and in the lens of the eye; for example, keratin, elastin, collagen. Synonym(s): glutinoid, scleroprotein

albuminoid

/al·bu·mi·noid/ (al-bu´mĭ-noid″)
1. resembling albumin.
3. an albumin-like substance, such as a scleroprotein.

albuminoid

(ăl-byo͞o′mə-noid′)
adj. also albuminoidal (-byo͞o′mə-noid′l)
Composed of or resembling albumin.

al·bu·mi·noid

(al-bū'min-oyd)
1. Resembling albumin.
2. Any protein.
3. A simple type of protein, insoluble in neutral solvents, present in horny and cartilaginous tissues and in the lens of the eye; e.g., keratin, elastin, collagen.
Synonym(s): scleroprotein.

albuminoid, albuminous

1. resembling albumin.
2. an albumin-like substance; the term is sometimes applied to scleroproteins.