A simple globular protein which cannot be dissolved in pure water but which can be dissolved if a salt is added to the water. It can also be precipitated out of solution and into a solid with a solution of ammonium sulfate at 50% saturation. Examples of globulin proteins are immunoglobulin and cryoglobulin.
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