protalbumose

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pro·tal·bu·mose

(prō-tal'byū-mōs),
Intermediate products of protein digestion, derived from hemialbumose; soluble in water and not coagulable by heat, but precipitated by ammonium sulfate, cupric sulfate, and sodium chloride.
Synonym(s): protoalbumose

protalbumose

An obsolete term for the intermediate products of protein digestion, which are derived from hemialbumose and defined as being soluble in water; precipitable by ammonium and cupric sulphates, and sodium chloride; and not heat-coagulable.