Medical Dictionary


noun gel·a·tin

Medical Definition of GELATIN

:  glutinous material obtained from animal tissues by boiling; especially :  a colloidal protein used as a food, in photography, and in medicine
a :  any of various substances (as agar) resembling gelatin b :  an edible jelly made with gelatin

Variants of GELATIN

gel·a·tin also gel·a·tine \ˈjel-ət-ən\
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