noun (immunol)
an immunoglobulin of unusually high relative molecular mass, observed in the blood in some diseases
Also called immunoglobulin M. the normal form of this immunoglobulin

macroglobulin mac·ro·glob·u·lin (māk’rō-glŏb’yə-lĭn)
A plasma globulin of high molecular weight.


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