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paracasein

/ (ˌpærəˈkeɪsɪɪn, -siːn) /
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noun

US another name for casein

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How to use paracasein in a sentence

  • The composition and solubilities of paracasein have received considerable attention.

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Medical definitions for paracasein

paracasein
[ păr′ə-kāsēn′, -sē-ĭn ]

n.

A compound produced by the action of rennin upon casein.
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