gamma protein

gamma protein

Protein obtained from soya beans; used as a thickener in water-base paints.
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Total serum protein (76 g/L), albumin (45 g/L), and globulin (31 g/L) were normal; alpha-2 (3.4 g/L), beta globin (5.6 g/L) were low, and gamma protein was elevated (19 g/L).
2005), was used to detect cells positive for CLCA3 (chloride channel calcium activated 3 protein), MUC5B (mucin 5, subtype B, tracheobronchial protein), and REG3 [gamma] (regenerating islet-derived 3 gamma protein. [For further details, see Supplemental Material, pp.
The interferon (IFN) gamma protein will be a breakthrough in treatment of several diseases such as cancer, hepatitis and viral infections.
It will allow researchers to produce the IFN gamma protein more abundantly and cheaply.
So, they used alpha and gamma proteins of the Pacific hagfish and combined them rapidly in a cross-linking solution.