pyroglobulin

pyroglobulin

 [pi″ro-glob´u-lin]
a monoclonal immunoglobulin that precipitates irreversibly upon heating to 56°C (as opposed to Bence Jones proteins, which precipitate but redissolve on cooling).

pyroglobulin

[pī′rōglob′yəlin]
an immunoglobulin that precipitates irreversibly when heated. Pyroglobulins are often present in the blood of patients with diseases such as multiple myeloma.