Definition of Euglobulins
1. euglobulin [n] - See also: euglobulin
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Literary usage of Euglobulins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pathogenic microorganisms by William Hallock Park (1920)
"(Contains euglobulins, some pseudo- globulins and fibrinogen). The precipitate is washed with 30 per cent, saturated ammonium sulphate. ..."
2. Infection and Resistance: An Exposition of the Biological Phenomena by Hans Zinsser, Stewart Woodford Young (1914)
"The first fraction (euglobulins) obtained by y% saturation is as sensitizing ... They found that the euglobulins, obtained by \'% saturation with ammonium ..."
3. Toxines and Antitoxines by Karl Oppenheimer (1906)
"'meister's" so^called euglobulins are precipitated when the degree of ... We may again point out here that the euglobulins are insoluble in water, ..."
4. Biochemistry of Muscle & Nerve: Ten Lectures by William Dobinson Halliburton (1904)
"... like the other euglobulins, it is readily precipitable by alcohol; ... The euglobulins are most readily rendered insoluble in this way ; the pseudo- ..."
5. Handbook of Physiology by William Dobinson Halliburton (1913)
"Globulins, and especially euglobulins, have probably larger molecules, so escape of globulin indicates more serious damage to the renal cells. ..."
6. The Journal of Experimental Medicine by Rockefeller University, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1906)
"In the water-insoluble portion which separates out (euglobulins) " opsonins could then be demonstrated, if a saturated solution in 1.2 per cent, ..."