/ (ˈkɒndrɪn) /
a resilient translucent bluish-white substance that forms the matrix of cartilage
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Examples from the Web for chondrin
Neither glutin nor chondrin occurs ready formed in the animal kingdom, but they separate when the tissues are boiled with water.
It may contain mucin, chondrin, or gelatin, and may be infiltrated with calcareous salts.