protectin

protectin

 [pro-tek´tin]
a membrane-bound protein, CD59 (see CD antigen), which protects normal bystander cells from lysis after complement activation in nearby bacteria or immune complexes. Called also membrane inhibitor of reactive lysis.

protectin

/pro·tec·tin/ (-tek´tin) a membrane-bound protein that prevents insertion of the membrane attack complex into the membrane, thereby protecting normal bystander cells from complement-induced lysis.

protectin

[protek′tin]
a membrane-bound protein, CD59, that protects normal bystander cells from lysis after complement activation in nearby bacteria or immune complexes.

Patient discussion about protectin

Q. How much protein should an 18 month old male toddler have daily?

A. sorry about the above :), what i said is i couldn't find a table, although i saw one once( don't remember). but i recommend this site to get information in -
http://www.indiaparenting.com/diet/
and-www.drmdk.com/html/nutrition.html

about protein, it depends on the infant's weight.

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