low molecular weight protein

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low mo·lec·u·lar weight pro·tein

(lō mŏ-lek'yŭ-lăr wāt prō'tēn)
A gene product that is a component of a proteosome.
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In as little as a day, the system can reliably capture trace amounts of low molecular weight proteins -- providing robust, reproducible results.
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Time course of low molecular weight proteins in the early kidney transplantation period-influence of corticosteroids.

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