protectin

protectin

 [pro-tek´tin]
a membrane-bound protein, CD59 (see CD antigen), which protects normal bystander cells from lysis after complement activation in nearby bacteria or immune complexes. Called also membrane inhibitor of reactive lysis.
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Q. How much protein should an 18 month old male toddler have daily?

A. sorry about the above :), what i said is i couldn't find a table, although i saw one once( don't remember). but i recommend this site to get information in -
http://www.indiaparenting.com/diet/
and-www.drmdk.com/html/nutrition.html

about protein, it depends on the infant's weight.

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