pseudoglobulin

pseu·do·glob·u·lin

(sū'dō-glob'yū-lin),
The fraction of the serum globulin that is more soluble in an ammonium sulfate solution than is the euglobulin fraction.
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pseudoglobulin

An obsolete, nonspecific term for any protein that is partly defined as a globulin—i.e., is precipitable in ammonium sulphate, but dissolves in water without addition of salt.
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pseudoglobulin

(soo?do-glob'u-lin) [? + L. globulus, little globe]
One of a class of globulins characterized by being soluble in salt-free water.
See: euglobulin
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