euglobulin


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eu·glob·u·lin

 (yo͞o-glŏb′yə-lĭn)
n.
Any of a class of simple proteins that are soluble in dilute salt solutions and insoluble in distilled water.
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euglobulin

(juːˈɡlɒbjʊlɪn)
n
a fraction of serum globulin which is soluble in saline solutions and insoluble in distilled water
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