ovalbumin


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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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[sup.125]I-MGP and III1-C, vitronectin, or ovalbumin was incubated under associative conditions then reacted with DSP, a disulfide containing homobifunctional crosslinking agent.
(1997) Gene silencing by chicken ovalbumin upstream promoter-transcription factor I (COUP-TFI) is mediated by transcriptional corepressors, nuclear receptor-corepressor (NCoR) and silencing mediator for retinoic acid receptor and thyroid hormone receptor (SMRT).
The ovalbumin gene includes several introns which are related to oviduct specific expression and drive reporter gene with high expression.
In a mouse model intranasal application of BCG reduced eosinophil numbers and TH2 response to ovalbumin (10,24).
After 4 wk, SGaw and AHR to histamine were measured followed by study of airway response to inhaled ovalbumin the next day (about 24 h after histamine).
(3) used pigeon ovalbumin (POA)-bound [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4]@[Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] magnetic NPs to capture uropathogenic E.
coli 116,000 Phosphorylase b from rabbit muslce 97,000 Albumin, bovine serum 66,000 Glutamic dehydrogenase from bovine liver 55,000 Ovalbumin from chicken egg 45,000 Glyceraldhyde-3-phosphate- dehydrogenises 36,000 Low range makers Molecular weights (Daltons) Carbonic anhydrase from bovine erythrocytes 29,000 Trypsinogen from bovine erythrocytes 24,000 Trypsin inhibitor from soyabean 20,000 [alpha]-Lactalbumin from bovine milk 14,200 Aprotinin from bovine lung 6,5000 Table 2: Molecular weights of the L.
The amount of ovalbumin was determined by ELISA, which was considered satisfactory in concentrations <10 ng/mL.
They constructed drug-coding genes that would insert themselves into the gene that all chickens carry for making the egg-white component ovalbumin.
Ovalbumin is an allergy-triggering protein found in egg whites, which causes most allergic reactions in young children.
After three weeks, levels of ovalbumin (OVA) specific IgE was reduced three-fold.