albumino-, albumi-, albumin-, albumini-, albumo- (Latin: the color white).
A white fibrous tissue layer, such as the "tunica albuginea" (a dense white collagenous tunic surrounding a structure).
Of or resembling the white fibrous tissue of the eye and of the testicle.
Incision into any "tunica albuginea".
1. Of the nature of the white of an egg, albuminous.
2. Resembling the boiled white of an egg.
3. Relating to any "tunica albuginea".
1. A disease of the eye, in which a white opaque spot forms upon the transparent cornea.
2. The white of an egg; albumen.
1. In Roman Antiquity, a tablet on which the praetor's edicts and other public notices were recorded for public information; afterwards extended to other lists.
2. A blank book in which to insert autographs, memorial verses, original drawings, or other souvenirs. According to Johnson, a book in which foreigners have long been accustomed to insert the autographs of celebrated people.
3. A book at public places in which visitors enter their names.
1. The white of an egg.
2. The substance which exists nearly pure in the white of an egg, and forms a constituent of animal solids and fluids, and of the tuberous or fleshy roots, and seeds of plants.
A type of simple protein, varieties of which are widely distributed throughout the tissues and fluids of plants and animals; albuminsare soluble in pure water, precipitable from solution by strong acids, and coagulable by heat in acid or neutral solution.
The presence of an abnormally large quantity of albuminates in the urine when voided.
Relating to, containing, or consisting of albumin.albuminiferous:Producing or supplying albumen or albumin.
Producing albumen or albumin.
Producing or forming albumin.
Like or resembling albumen; of the same character as albumen.
Proteolysis; often, specifically the proteolysis of albumins.
Excessive excretion of albumins.
A condition of the blood in which the proportion of albumen is increased.
Presence of protein in urine, chiefly albumin but also globulin; usually indicative of disease, but sometimes resulting from a temporary or transient dysfunction
Relating to or characterized by albuminuria.
In muscle tissue, possibly the same as serum albumin.
The chief protein occurring in the white of egg and resembling serum albumin; also found in phosphorylated form.
Presence of albumin in night urine only.
Poisonous or toxic albumin.