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Normal immunoglobulin

Introduction: Normal immunoglobulin

Description of Normal immunoglobulin

Normal immunoglobulin: A type of globulin in plasma that in electrically charged solutions exhibits slowest colloidal mobility after that of the alpha and beta globulins. All immunoglobulins belong to this group of serum protein.
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