Some are proteids, albumins, and globulins.
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Proteids are divided into various subdivisions, as albumins, globulins, albuminates, proteoses and peptones, and insoluble proteids.
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Globulin; an albumenoid proteid compound formed in the blood of insects.
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Besides these mentioned, milk contains traces of another proteid of similar composition called globulin.
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The coagulating effect upon globulin is interesting.
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The albumens and globulins associated together occur in the tissues of both animals and plants.
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F = Globulin (squash seed).
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The other globulin, serum-globulin, is not coagulated until 75 deg.C.
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The typical size of a protein ranges from approximately 100 amino acids for small proteins to 500 for long immuno-globulins.
Protein folding and heteropolymers
Warner (Ed.), 185-226 (1980). 7. Nelson D. S. Studies on cytophilic antibodies. A mouse serum “antibody” having affinity for macrophages and fast alpha-globulin mobility. Austr. J. Exp.
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