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Any of a group of globular proteins that are generally insoluble in water and present in blood, eggs, milk, and as a reserve protein in seeds. Blood serum globulins comprise four types: α1-, α2-, and β-globulins, which serve as carrier proteins; and γ-globulins (gamma globulins), which include the immunoglobulins responsible for immune responses.

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