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A complex protein, such as hemoglobin, consisting of amino acids combined with other substances.
- ‘The column purification is used to separate the conjugated protein from free dye.’
- ‘These are proteins derived from simple or conjugated proteins by physical or chemical means.’
- ‘It is a buffer used to stabilize newly conjugated proteins, to reconstitute lyophilized conjugates, and to dilute concentrated conjugates.’
- ‘Therefore, conjugated proteins are classified on the chemical nature of their prosthetic group.’
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