Definition of Amyloids

1. Noun. (plural of amyloid) ¹



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Definition of Amyloids

1. amyloid [n] - See also: amyloid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amyloids

amyloid protein aa
amyloid protein plaque
amyloid protein saa
amyloid tumour
amyloidal
amyloidogenesis
amyloidogenic
amyloidogenic glycoprotein
amyloidoses
amyloidosis
amyloidosis: bone manifestations
amyloidosis: gastrointestinal manifestations
amyloidosis cutis
amyloidosis of multiple myeloma
amyloidotic
amyloids (current term)
amylolysis
amylolytic
amylomaltase
amylopectin
amylopectin 6-glucanohydrolase
amylopectin synthase
amylopectinosis
amylopectins
amylophagia
amyloplast
amyloplasts
amylopsin
amylopsins
amylopullulanase

Literary usage of Amyloids

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1. Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society by Royal Microscopical Society, London (1882)
"marsh-slime, containing various organic detritus, rotifers, infusoria, diatoms, &c. B. INVERTEBRATA. Mollusca. Digestion of amyloids in Cephalopoda. ..."

2. An introduction to animal physiology, with directions for practical work by Edwin Tulley Newton (1878)
"The amyloids. Starch, dextrine, sugar* and gum are the substances included under this denomination. They all contain less carbon and hydrogen in proportion ..."

3. The Popular Science Monthly (1874)
"The plastic matters out of which vegetable tissue is built, and which are formed by sunlight in the leaves, are of two kinds, viz., amyloids (dextrine, ..."

4. The Conservation of Energy by Balfour Stewart (1876)
"The plastic matters out of which vegetable tissue is built, and which are formed by sunlight in the leaves, are of two kinds, viz., amyloids (dextrine, ..."

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