sialoprotein

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si·al·o·pro·tein

(si-yăl-ō'prō-tēn'),
A protein produced by the salivary glands and thereby usually present in saliva.
See also: protein.
Synonym(s): salivary protein
[sialo + protein]

si·al·o·pro·tein

(sīă-lō-prōtēn)
Protein produced by salivary glands and thereby usually present in saliva.

sialoprotein

glycoproteins containing sialic acid.
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