conjugated protein

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con·ju·gat·ed pro·tein

protein attached to some other molecule or molecules (not amino acid in nature) otherwise than as a salt; for example, flavoproteins; chromoproteins, hemoglobins.
See also: prosthetic group. Compare: simple protein.
Synonym(s): compound protein
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conjugated protein

n. Biochemistry
A compound, such as hemoglobin, that is made up of a protein molecule and a nonprotein prosthetic group.
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con·ju·gat·ed pro·tein

(kon'jŭ-gā-tĕd prō'tēn)
Protein attached to some other molecule or molecules (not amino acid in nature) other than as a salt.
See also: prosthetic group
Compare: simple protein
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conjugated protein

A compound of a protein with a nonprotein.
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