euglobulin


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euglobulin

 [u-glob´u-lin]
one of a class of globulins characterized by being insoluble in water but soluble in saline solutions.

eu·glob·u·lin

(yū-glob'yū-lin),
That fraction of the serum globulin that is soluble in isotonic salt solutions and less soluble in (NH4)2SO4 solution than the pseudoglobulin fraction.

euglobulin

/eu·glob·u·lin/ (u-glob´ūl-in) one of a class of globulins characterized by being insoluble in water but soluble in saline solutions.

euglobulin

(yo͞o-glŏb′yə-lĭn)
n.
Any of a class of simple proteins that are soluble in dilute salt solutions and insoluble in distilled water.

euglobulin

[yo̅o̅glob′yəlin]
Etymology: Gk, eu + L, globulus, small sphere
that fraction of serum globulin that is insoluble in distilled water but soluble in saline solutions. This is one of a number of different properties used to classify proteins. Compare albumin, cryoglobulin. See also electrophoresis, plasma protein.

eu·glob·u·lin

(yū-glob'yū-lin)
That fraction of the serum globulin less soluble in (NH4)2SO4 solution than the pseudoglobulin fraction.

euglobulin

one of a class of globulins characterized by being insoluble in water but soluble in saline solutions.

euglobulin lysis test
used to differentiate between types of pathological fibrinolysis.
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