tubulin

[too-byuh-lin, tyoo-]

noun Biochemistry.

either of two globular proteins that form the structural subunits of microtubules.

Origin of tubulin

First recorded in 1965–70; tubule + -in2
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tubulin in Medicine

tubulin

[tōōbyə-lĭn]

n.

A globular protein that is the structural constituent of microtubules.
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