Globulin in the white of egg.
Etymology: L, ovum + globulus, small sphere
a globulin protein derived from the white of eggs.
ovoglobulinAn obsolete term for a globulin (protein) found in eggs. Globulin is a term coined in the early days of clinical chemistry, at a time when most proteins were characterised as precipitating from the plasma in rounded (globular) aggregates.
ovoglobulin(o?vo-glob'u-lin) [? + globulus, globule]
The globulin found in egg white.See: albumin; protein, simple