Medical Definition of Cationic protein

1. Proteins of azurophil granules of neutrophils, rich in arginine. A chymotrypsin like protease found in azurophil granules is also very cationic as is cathepsin G and neutrophil elastase. Eosinophil cationic protein (21 kD) is particularly important because it damages schistosomula in vitro. (16 Mar 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cationic Protein

cathood
cathoods
cathouse
cathouses
caths
cation
cation-anion difference
cation-exchange resin
cation exchange
cation exchange resins
cation exchanger
cation exhange resin
cationic
cationic detergent
cationic detergents
cationic protein (current term)
cationically
cationised ferritin
cationization
cationized
cationogen
cationotropic
cationotropy
cations
catjang
catjang pea
catjangs
catkinate
catkind

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