any of a class of simple, sulfur-containing, water-soluble proteins that coagulate when heated, occurring in egg white, milk, blood, and other animal and vegetable tissues and secretions.
any of a group of simple water-soluble proteins that are coagulated by heat and are found in blood plasma, egg white, etc
albumin al·bu·min (āl-byōō’mĭn)
A class of simple, water-soluble proteins that can be coagulated by heat and precipitated by strong acids and are found in egg white, blood serum, milk, and many other animal and plant juices and tissues.
A class of proteins found in egg white, milk, blood, and various other plant and animal tissues. Albumins dissolve in water and form solid or semisolid masses when heated, such as cooked egg white.
- Albumin-globulin ratio
albumin-globulin ratio albumin-globulin ratio n. The ratio of albumin to globulin in the serum or urine in kidney disease.
a compound resulting from the action of an alkali or an acid upon . noun (rare) any of several substances formed from albumin by the action of acid or alkali
any of a class of simple proteins, as keratin, gelatin, or collagen, that are insoluble in all neutral solvents; scleroprotein. resembling albumen or . adjective resembling albumin noun another name for scleroprotein albuminoid al·bu·mi·noid (āl-byōō’mə-noid’) n. A fibrous protein. See scleroprotein. adj. Composed of or resembling albumin.