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colloidin

 [kŏ-loi´din]
a jelly-like principle produced in colloid degeneration.

col·loid

(kol'oyd),
1. Aggregates of atoms or molecules in a finely divided state (submicroscopic), dispersed in a gaseous, liquid, or solid medium, and resisting sedimentation, diffusion, and filtration, thus differing from precipitates.
See also: hydrocolloid.
2. Gluelike.
3. A translucent, yellowish, homogeneous material of the consistency of glue, less fluid than mucoid or mucinoid, found in the cells and tissues in a state of colloid degeneration. Synonym(s): colloidin
4. The stored secretion within follicles of the thyroid gland. For individual colloids not listed below, see the specific name.
[G. kolla, glue, + eidos, appearance]

col·loid

(kol'oyd)
1. Aggregates of atoms or molecules in a finely divided state (submicroscopic), dispersed in a gaseous, liquid, or solid medium, and resisting sedimentation, diffusion, and filtration, thus differing from precipitates.
See also: hydrocolloid
2. Gluelike.
3. A translucent, yellowish, homogeneous material of the consistency of glue, less fluid than mucoid or mucinoid, found in the cells and tissues in a state of colloid degeneration.
Synonym(s): colloidin.
4. The stored secretion within follicles of the thyroid gland.
[G. kolla, glue, + eidos, appearance]

colloidin

a jelly-like principle produced in colloid degeneration.
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