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o·val·bu·min

(ō'văl-byū'min),
The chief protein occurring in the white of egg and resembling serum albumin; also found in phosphorylated form.
Synonym(s): albumen, egg albumin

ovalbumin

(ŏv′əl-byo͞o′mĭn, ō′vəl-)
n.
The albumin of egg white.

o·val·bu·min

(ōv'al-bū'min)
The chief protein occurring in the white of egg and resembling serum albumin; also found in phosphorylated form.
Synonym(s): albumen, egg albumin.
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Egg Albumin is used as emulsifying and gelling agent for the stability and texture of the emulsion.
Induction of acute inflammation by injecting fresh egg albumin (0.5mL/kg) into subplantar aponeurosis of the right hind paw increased its volume with the time (Tablet).
(treated) that is seemed to be lighter than the egg albumin, while corresponding protein, in the untreated Bactrocera.cucurbitae, is absent This suggests that the protein I (rf.
Serum bovine albumin is more effective to inhibit the corrosion of pure aluminum than egg albumin.
One hour post treatment, inflammation of the hind paw was induced by injecting 0.1ml of undiluted fresh egg albumin (philogistic agent) into the subplantar surface of the right hind paw.
Selenium concentrations in whole egg, egg yolk and egg albumin increased (p<0.05) with increasing dietary Se supplementation.
After 24 hours, 0.5 ml of a mixed solution of 0.5% Evans Blue, and 1% egg albumin (1:1) was given intravenously, via the tail vein.
They do, however, have plenty of sucrose, fructose, glucose, corn syrup, gelatin and egg albumin. These ingredients are whipped at high speed to form an aerated jelly-like mixture known as a meringue, which is then piped through a nozzle to form long marshmallow ropes that are cut into little pieces.
Instead of waiting for birds to fly over and do the real thing, they mix egg albumin, nitrogen and water, slap it on the bodywork and cook it for an hour.
Enzymes are capable of performing their function because unlike most food proteins such as egg albumin, gelatin or soy protein, they are powerful catalysts.
The effect of lead acetate on proteins of Bactrocera zonata (dipterious flies) is shown in Table 1, in this respect Bactrocera zonata, protein were studied in comparision with Egg albumin as a reference protein.