Definition of prolamine
What does prolamine mean?
- a simple protein found in plants
- more generic term: simple protein = a protein that yields only amino acids when hydrolyzed
- [biochemistry] any of a class of proteins, high in proline, found in the seeds of cereals
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Protein Delivery (1997)
Physical Systems by Lynda M. Sanders, R. Wayne Hendren
Zein Microspheres Prolamine is the name given to a characteristic class of proteins occurring specifically in cereals. Proteins of this class are rich in hydrophobic amino acids and soluble in aqueous alcohol. Zein, one of the typical prolamines ...
Surgical Adhesives & Sealants (1998)
urrent Technology and Applications by David H. Sierra, Renato Saltz
Prolamine is a biodegradable protein utilized as a viscous gel . It is amino acid alcohol which polymerizes into a solid compound in the presence of water. It has been used effectively for intravascular arterial occlusion prior to tumor ...
A dictionary of applied chemistry (1913)
by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe
Glutelin Glycinin Hordein Juglasin Legumelin Lcgumin Leucosine Maysin Oryzenin Phaseolin Class Albumin Globulin Prolamine Glutelin Globulin Prolamine Globulin Albumin. Globulin, precipitated by $ saturation with ammonium sulphate.
Encyclopedia of Genetics (2014)
by Eric C.R. Reeve
It would be amiss not to note some of theresearch that hasbeen informative concerning the prolamine fraction of maize storageproteins andhowthe significant changesinamino acid composition of o2 endospermsoccur .
The Complete Blood Type Encyclopedia Eat Right 4 Your Type (2002)
by Peter J. D'Adamo, Catherine Whitney
AVOID: increases prolamine ...
Encyclopedia of Food and Color Additives (1997)
by George A. Burdock
PYRROLIDINE Synonyms Current CAS number Description Azacyclopentane; 1- Azacyclopentane; Azolidine; Butylenimine; Perhydropyrrole; Prolamine; Pyrrole, tetrahydro-; Pyrrolidine (8CI)(9CI); Pyrrolidine (UN1922) (flammable liquid); ...
Phytochemical Dictionary (1998)
A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants, Second Edition by Herbert Baxter, J.B. Harborne, Gerald P. Moss
This problem has been rectified by breeding cereal varieties, the so- called 'high lysine' strains, in which there is a better balance of protein types and in which prolamine synthesis is partly suppressed. Another feature of certain plant proteins ...
Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language, including a very copious selection of scientific terms ... The pronunciation carefully revised by P.H. Phelp (1890)
by James Stormonth, Philip Henry Phelp
prolamine, n. program (Gr. programma, л public : Ai'j-t posted tip — from pro, ...
The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
Prolamine form a unlqne and sharply differentiated group of proteins which occur in quantity in the seeds of cereals, but not in those of any other plant yet examined. These are soluble in all proportions in alcohol of 70-80 per cent., and are not ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: New volumes (1909)
by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
Prolamine form a unique and sharply differentiated group of proteins which occur in quantity in the seeds of cereals, but not in those of any other plant yet examined. These are soluble in all proportions in alcohol of 70-NO per cent., and are not ...
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Scrabble value of P3R1O1L1A1M3I1N1E1
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