fetuin


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fe·tu·in

(fĕ-tū'in),
A low molecular-weight globulin that constitutes nearly the total globulin in fetal blood.
[fetus + -in]

fe·tu·in

(fē-tū'in)
A low molecular-weight globulin that constitutes nearly the total globulin in fetal blood.
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Fibroblast growth factor 23 and fetuin A are independent predictors for the coronary artery disease extent in mild chronic kidney disease.
Fetuin-A encapsulated by pH sensitive carriers with a surface affinity for unMGP will allow for targeted delivery of Fetuin A to sites of VC.
In this sense, the presence of fetuin (an FBS component, inhibiting ZP hardening during oocyte maturation), hormones, growth factors, proteins and some other components in FBS may exert different effects on oocyte competence compared with BSA (29).
lignyotus lectin is inhibited by desialylated mucin and fetuin and edible bird's nest glycoprotein but not by simple sugars (Sychrova et al.
The binding pattern to fetuin was identical among all isolates tested (association constant [K.
05) binding of capacitated human sperm as compared to beads coated with fetuin.
Fetuin prevents minerals from forming crystals but may aid in clumping calcium molecules into the hollow spheres characteristic of nanobacteria.
The lectins Concanavalin A (type V) and Wheat Germ Agglutinin (WGA), the glycoproteins glucose oxidase (GOD) and fetuin, as well as sodium borohydride and Bradford reagent were purchased from Sigma (Munich, Germany).
The researchers laid down fetuin within the circular groove and coated the rotor with a protein called streptavidin.