Fibronectin definitions

fī'brə-nĕk'tn
A glycoprotein with several variants that occurs especially in plasma and in soft connective tissue and that plays roles in cellular adhesion, embryonic cellular differentiation, phagocytosis, and the aggregation of platelets in blood clotting.
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An adhesive glycoprotein that helps destroy bacteria, etc. in the blood or that helps structure connective tissue.
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Any of a group of glycoproteins that are found especially in blood plasma and in the extracellular matrix of connective tissue and that play a role in cellular adhesion, embryonic differentiation, phagocytosis, and blood clotting.
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Any of several glycoproteins that occur especially in plasma and in soft connective tissue. Fibronectins are important for the adhesion of fibrous extracellular tissue matrices and also play roles in cellular adhesion, embryonic cellular differentiation, phagocytosis, and the aggregation of platelets in blood clotting.
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(biochemistry) An adhesive blood glycoprotein that has several cellular functions.
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Origin of fibronectin

fibro– Latin nectere to bind ned- in Indo-European roots –in