proteinaceous


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proteinaceous

[¦prōt·ən′ā·shəs]
(materials)
Pertaining to any material having a protein base.
Pertaining to adhesive materials having a protein base such as animal glue, casein, and soya.
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These masses contain varying degrees of internal complexities such as fat, blood and proteinaceous content.
The three proteinaceous substrates were incubated in individual reaction tubes with the lobster enzymatic preparation for 4 (actin) and 6 h (BSA and hemoglobin), the time at which the proteins were completely hydrolyzed as known from the previous assays.
Background of proteinaceous debris (Papanicolaou, original magnification X20).
In the context of our patient, the T1-weighted hyper-intensity was likely due to proteinaceous fluid, and the contrast enhancement indicated active inflammation.
In Parkinson's disease the protein alpha-synuclein ([alpha]Syn) binds to ubiquitin and forms proteinaceous cytoplasmic inclusions named Lewy bodies.
Lung oedema manifested as interstitial oedema and presence of proteinaceous fluid in the alveoli (figure-1) and was seen in all cases.
Often the associated trauma that causes RCES originates from organic material such as fingernails or plant material, and the theory of a deposition of a proteinaceous material from such an injury may explain these findings.
This 134-page book provides a brief but wide-ranging overview of current research into prions, the infectious proteinaceous agents believed to be responsible for a range of fatal, neurodegenerative diseases including "mad cow" disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
8,581,019 B2 Absorbent article having increased absorption and retention capacity for proteinaceous or serous body fluids: Giovanni Carlucci, Chieti, Italy; and Alessandro Gagliardini, Villa Vomano, Italy.
Uniquely for this size range, Archimedes distinguishes between proteinaceous material and contaminants such as silicone oil.
GF-120 includes in its formulation attractants such as Solulys[R] (the proteinaceous component from corn steep liquor) and ammonium acetate, feeding stimulants such as Invertose[R] (high fructose corn syrup that also has the greatest humectant properties of the sugars), dispersant- conditioners such as polyethylene glycol (also a humectant), water, and spinosad as the toxicant (Moreno & Mangan 2002), as well as proprietary refinements that improve the overall effectiveness of the bait.
The centromere is the chromosomal domain that directs the formation of the kinetochore, a proteinaceous structure that interacts with the spindle microtubules to ensure proper chromosmal segregation.

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