Definition of Phosphoproteins

1. Noun. (plural of phosphoprotein) ¹



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Definition of Phosphoproteins

1. phosphoprotein [n] - See also: phosphoprotein

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phosphoproteins

phosphopantetheine
phosphopenia
phosphopentomutase
phosphopentomutases
phosphopentose epimerase
phosphopentose isomerase
phosphopeptide
phosphopeptides
phosphophorin
phosphophyllite
phosphophyllites
phosphoplipid
phosphoprotein
phosphoprotein phosphatase
phosphoproteinomics
phosphoproteins (current term)
phosphoproteome
phosphoproteomes
phosphoproteomic
phosphoproteomics
phosphopyruvate hydratase
phosphor
phosphor-bronze
phosphor-roesslerite
phosphor bronze
phosphor plate
phosphoramidate
phosphoramide
phosphoramide mustards
phosphoramides

Literary usage of Phosphoproteins

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1. The Chemical Constitution of the Proteins by Robert Henry Aders Plimmer (1917)
"phosphoproteins. There is no striking peculiarity noticeable in the analyses of the phosphoproteins. If we disregard the small quantity of glycine found in ..."

2. Organic Chemistry for Advanced Students by Julius Berend Cohen (1907)
"The phosphoproteins, as the name indicates, are proteins which contain a ... The phosphoproteins are distinctly acid substances, insoluble in water, ..."

3. A Text-book of physiology: For Medical Students and Physicians by William Henry Howell (1907)
"... the nucleo-albumins or phosphoproteins, such as casein. The percentage of phosphorus in the nucleoproteins varies, according to the complexity of t lie ..."

4. An Intermediate Textbook of Physiological Chemistry with Experiments by Chauncey John Vallette Pettibone (1917)
"Glycoproteins and many phosphoproteins also are precipitated by acetic acid and dissolve in dilute alkalies. From the above experiments, devise a way to ..."

5. Practical organic and bio-chemistry by Robert Henry Aders Plimmer (1920)
"The phosphoproteins constitute the greater part of the protein present in the food-stuffs of young mammals and of embryo birds. They are present in milk, ..."

6. Principles of Human Nutrition: A Study in Practical Dietetics by Whitman Howard Jordan (1912)
"Other phosphoproteins exist, one being the vitellin in the yolk of eggs, which, as prepared, contains lecithin. (See p. 82. ..."

7. Nutrition and Clinical Dietetics by Herbert Swift Carter, Paul Edward Howe, Howard Harris Mason (1921)
"(c) phosphoproteins.—Compounds of the protein molecule with some, as yet undefined, phosphorus-containing substances other than a nucleic acid or lecithin, ..."

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