Lactin


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Lac´tin


n.1.(Physiol. Chem.) See Lactose.
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opt] can be calculated with the Taylor, Briere-1, Briere-2, and Lactin and Logan models.
Associations of anthropometric parameters with serum TSH, pro- lactin, IGF-I, and testosterone levels: Results of the study of health in Pomerania (SHIP).
In grasshoppers, rates of feeding, walking, flying, dispersal, molting, mating and oviposition are reduced at low temperatures, and cease altogether at cold temperatures (Whitman 1988; Chappell & Whitman 1990; Lactin & Johnson 1995, 1996).
5 A larger size may be indication of pituitary tumor over producing hormones such as ACTH, Pro- lactin and Growth hormones, thyroid stimulating hor- mone and vasopressin leading to Cushing's syndrome, amenorrhea, acromegaly.
Isolation and characterization of Amaranthin, a lactin present in seeds of Amaranthus caudatus that recognizes the T-antigen.
Furthermore, the plant possesses antiproliferative and antifungal lactin properties as well as ribosome inactivating protein, [beta]-carotene (12-14) and antiviral activities (15).