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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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For panels bonded with a bioadhesive composition formulated from soy flour, lignin, and tannin, analysis of press emissions also revealed contrasting VOC profiles compared with proteinaceous material use or wood-only panels (Miyamoto et al.
thuringiensis results from combined action of spores and crystalline proteinaceous toxins.
The reference compounds belong to the classes of polysaccharide (cellulose 63600; Arabic gum 63300), lipid (carnauba wax 62300; beeswax 62200; shellac wax 60550), proteinaceous (hide glue 63020; bone glue 63000; casein 63200) and natural resinous (sandarac 60100; manila copal 60150; colophony 60310; Venetian turpentine 62010; dammar 60001; mastic 60050; shellac 60480; dragon's blood 37000) materials.
For these reasons, it could be considered as an alternative source of raw material for fabricating proteinaceous edible films.
In our previous research, several tailored specific antibodies were designed for the immunodetection of ancient silks [28, 29], leathers [30], and proteinaceous binders [31].
A prion, named by Prusiner [1], is a proteinaceous infectious agent.
Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP) is a rare lung disease characterized by the accumulation of proteinaceous material in the alveoli due to decreased clearance of surfactant by alveolar macrophages.
Presentation is often with flank pain and/or recurrent urinary tract infections but diagnosis is challenging as the proteinaceous material which makes up matrix stones means they do not have typical radiological appearances and may be overlooked.
(c) & (d) low and high power view of the same material showing lymphocytic background with some dense proteinaceous material and ductal epithelial clusters ((a) x10 and (b) x40 wright stain).
These findings were similar to other such studies where gentamicin treated animals showed proximal renal tubular necrosis and degeneration of epithelial cells due to oxidative damage.15,16 Our study revealed the presence of proteinaceous casts in tubular lumen of group B animals when compared to other groups.
Eventually, that fluid gelatinizes into a proteinaceous goo.
9,803,160 B2; Ecolab USA Inc., Saint Paul, MN, has patented a method of removing proteinaceous soils or proteinaceous and fatty soils from a surface comprising.

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