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A collagenlike protein that, with hyaluronic acid, accounts for the gel state of the vitreous humor.
Synonym(s): vitrosin
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Vitreous Humor is a semisolid gel structure inside an eyeball that is based on water (98%) and contains small amount of solid matters in the form of collagen, vitrosin, and hyaluronic acids [6].
The main collagen is vitrosin which is a type II collagen.