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    • an obvious intracellular protein present in the stratum…
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eleidin definition

  • noun:
    • an obvious intracellular protein present in the stratum lucidum of your skin, a transformation product of keratohyalin.
    • Lifeless matter deposited in the form of moment granules inside the protoplasm of residing cells.
    • In chem., a substance based in the stratum granulosum and in other places in epidermis, and staining extremely profoundly with carmine: regarded by Waldeyer as identical with hyaline, and labeled as thereon account by Unna ceratohyalin.
    • A clear intracellular protein within the stratum lucidum of your skin, a transformation product of keratohyalin.
    • Lifeless matter deposited by means of minute granules inside the protoplasm of living cells.
    • In chem., a substance based in the stratum granulosum and elsewhere in epidermis, and staining extremely profoundly with carmine: regarded by Waldeyer as identical with hyaline, and labeled as thereon account by Unna ceratohyalin.
    • A clear intracellular protein within the stratum lucidum of the skin, a transformation item of keratohyalin.
    • Lifeless matter deposited in the shape of moment granules within the protoplasm of living cells.
    • In chem., a substance found in the stratum granulosum and in other places within the epidermis, and staining very deeply with carmine: regarded by Waldeyer as identical with hyaline, and called thereon account by Unna ceratohyalin.
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