lactoglobulin

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lactoglobulin

 [lak″to-glob´u-lin]
a globulin occurring in milk.
immune l's antibodies (immunoglobulins) occurring in the colostrum of mammals.

lac·to·glob·u·lin

(lak'tō-glob'yū-lin),
The globulin present in milk, making up 50-60% of bovine whey protein.

lactoglobulin

/lac·to·glob·u·lin/ (-glob´u-lin) a globulin occurring in milk.

lac·to·glob·u·lin

(lak'tō-glob'yŭ-lin)
The globulin present in milk; it makes up 50-60% of bovine whey protein.

lactoglobulin

One of the proteins present in milk.

lactoglobulin

a globulin occurring in milk.

immune l's
antibodies (immunoglobulins) occurring in the colostrum of mammals.