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proteinaceous

 [pro″tēn-a´shus]
pertaining to or of the nature of protein.

pro·tein·a·ceous

(pro'tēn-ā'shŭs, prō'tē-in-ā'shŭs),
Resembling a protein; possessing, to some degree, the physiochemical properties characteristic of proteins.

proteinaceous

/pro·tein·a·ceous/ (pro″tēn-a´shus) pertaining to or of the nature of protein.

pro·tein·a·ceous

(prō'tē-nā'shŭs)
Resembling a protein; possessing, to some degree, the physicochemical properties characteristic of proteins.
Resembling a protein; possessing, to some degree, the physicochemical properties characteristic of proteins.

proteinaceous

pertaining to or of the nature of protein.
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Roy et al, (1996) reported that some of the antifungal compounds were of proteinaceous nature.
Prion diseases, or proteinaceous infectious particle only agents, are able to induce abnormal folding of normal cellular prion proteins in the brain and can develop into neurodegenerative disorders including Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker Syndrome, fatal familial insomnia and Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) in humans.
Shotgun proteomics is alreadybeing used clinically to identify the proteinaceous component of amyloid deposits (3).
2515684 Preparations made from preserved, dried, frozen, cooked or processed fruit and vegetables; dairy products, milk, yoghurts and milkshakes; mousses, chilled desserts; drinks made from dairy products; drinks, fillings, snack foods; prepared meals and constituents for meals; proteinaceous substances; meat, fish, seafood, poultry and game, and food products made therefrom; all included in Class 29.
The organic waste materials may include lignocellulosic materials, proteinaceous materials, carbohydrate materials, chitin waste materials, household garbage, restaurant waste, agricultural and forestry waste, petroleum, and chemical manufacturing waste.
Dow Agrosciences LLC (Indianapolis, IN) has patented a plant cell culture for producing proteinaceous agents comprising a plant cell line stably transformed to express a transgene encoding a proteinaceous agent and a growth medium which supports the growth of said plant cell culture but which does not support the growth of Mycoplasmataceae and contains no materials of animal origin.
More specifically, bacteriocins are proteinaceous secondary metabolites that target specific species of bacteria, unlike the broader spectrum antibiotics.
Foam cells, or foam cells in a background of proteinaceous debris.
The problem of air pollution may be avoided by using mushrooms to bioprocess the lignocellulosic waste materials, which may later be used as highly proteinaceous feed for livestock [1].
Haemorrhage, proteinaceous oedema fluid, and leucocyte infiltration into alveolar spaces may occur, followed by rapid proliferation of fibroblasts.
The stratum corneum layer of skin is composed of multi-lamellar lipidic structure punctuated by dead proteinaceous corneocytes that impose a significant tortuosity on the diffusion path across the membrane [1].
In particular, proteinaceous yolk granules appeared among the yolk precursors (yolk granules), the mitochondria, and the lipid droplets in the cytoplasm (Fig.

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