pseudoglobulin

pseu·do·glob·u·lin

(sū'dō-glob'yū-lin),
The fraction of the serum globulin that is more soluble in an ammonium sulfate solution than is the euglobulin fraction.

pseudoglobulin

An obsolete, nonspecific term for any protein that is partly defined as a globulin—i.e., is precipitable in ammonium sulphate, but dissolves in water without addition of salt.

pseudoglobulin

(soo?do-glob'u-lin) [? + L. globulus, little globe]
One of a class of globulins characterized by being soluble in salt-free water.
See: euglobulin
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