gliadin


gli·a·din

noun \ˈglī-ə-dən\

Definition of GLIADIN

:  prolamin; especially :  one obtained by alcoholic extraction of gluten from wheat and rye

Origin of GLIADIN

Italian gliadina, from Middle Greek glia
First Known Use: circa 1828

gli·a·din

noun \ˈglī-əd-ən\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of GLIADIN

: prolamin; especially : one obtained by alcoholic extraction of gluten from wheat and rye

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