lecithoprotein

lec·i·tho·pro·tein

(les'i-thō-prō'tēn),
A conjugated protein, with lecithin as the prosthetic group.

lecithoprotein

[les′ithəprō′tēn]
a compound formed by lecithin and a protein.

lecithoprotein

(lĕs″ĭ-thō-prō′tē-ĭn) [″ + protos, first]
A protein in which lecithin is part of the conjugate.

lecithoprotein

a combination of protein and lecithin; found in all cells of animal tissues.