mutein

mu·tein

(myū'tēn),
A protein arising as a result of a mutation or a recombinant DNA procedure.
[mutation + protein]

mutein

[myo̅o̅′tē·in, m(y)o̅o̅′tēn]
a protein molecule that results from a mutation.

mutein

A protein that results from the translation of a mutation.

mu·tein

(myū'tēn)
A protein arising as a result of a mutation.
[mutation + protein]
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In vivo somatic cell gene transfer of an engineered Noggin mutein prevents BMP4-induced heterotopic ossification.
Accelerated healing of duodenal ulcers by oral administration of a mutein of fibroblast growth factor in rats.
Geymonat has also developed PlGF-1 mutein, which might have interesting applications in the field of therapeutics, diagnostics and cosmetics.
Retavase is a recombinant mutein of alteplase, but only recently have preliminary studies on its use in catheter-directed thrombolysis been reported (3).