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Potato lectin

potato lectin

(Science: protein) lectin from the potato, solanum tuberosum. Binds to N acetyl glucosaminyl residues.

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... characteristic type II ribosome-inactivating protein galactose binding lectin activity of the recombinant ricin. The enzymatic activity of recombinant ... you think "I don't smoke so all okay??? they got the crap in the potato too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love my gov't and Monsanto too!!!! Thanks ...

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