parvalbumin

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par·val·bu·min

(par'val-byū'min), [MIM*168890]
Any of a group of small water-soluble calcium-binding proteins distinct from calmodulin and other calcium-binding proteins; found in the brain, skeletal muscle, and retina, but not in the heart, liver, or spleen, of various species.
[L. parvus, small, + albumin]

parvalbumin

A small, stable, water-soluble calcium-binding protein with three EF-hand-type-binding domains.