A globulin found in the lens of the eye

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  • Crystallin — Crys tal*lin ( l?n), n. (Physiol. Chem.) See {Gobulin}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Crystallin — Not to be confused with Crystalline. In anatomy, a crystallin is a water soluble structural protein found in the lens and the cornea of the eye accounting for the transparency of the structure.[1] It has also been identified in other places such… …   Wikipedia

  • crystallin — One of several water soluble proteins found in the lens of the eye; alpha (an embryonic single protein), beta, and gamma varieties (based on precipitibility) are known. Reptiles and birds have a δ crystalline as well. ε C. is identical with… …   Medical dictionary

  • crystallin — crys·tal·lin …   English syllables

  • crystallin — ˈkristələ̇n noun ( s) Etymology: German & Swedish; German kristallin, from Swedish, from kristall crystall + in biochemistry : either of two globulins in the crystalline lens …   Useful english dictionary

  • Crystallin, beta A1 — Identifiers Symbols CRYBA1; CRYB1 External IDs OMIM:  …   Wikipedia

  • Crystallin, gamma D — PDB rendering based on 1h4a …   Wikipedia

  • Beta gamma crystallin — Beta/Gamma crystallin Identifiers Symbol Crystall Pfam PF00030 InterPro …   Wikipedia

  • Alpha crystallin — protein Name= crystallin, alpha A caption= width= HGNCid = 2388 Symbol = CRYAA AltSymbols=CRYA1 EntrezGene=1409 OMIM=123580 RefSeq=NM 000394 UniProt=P02489 PDB= ECnumber= Chromosome=21 Arm=q Band=22.3 LocusSupplementaryData=protein… …   Wikipedia

  • hæmato-crystallin — …   Useful english dictionary

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