macroglobulin

noun
mac·ro·glob·u·lin | \-ˈglä-byə-lən \

Definition of macroglobulin 

: a highly polymerized globulin (such as IgM) of high molecular weight

First Known Use of macroglobulin

1952, in the meaning defined above

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macroglobulin

noun
mac·ro·glob·u·lin | \ˌmak-rō-ˈgläb-yə-lən \

Medical Definition of macroglobulin 

: a highly polymerized globulin (as IgM) of high molecular weight

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