albumino-, albumi-, albumin-, albumini-, albumo-

(Latin: the color white)

This unit is directly related to the albo-, -albify unit.

albuminuretic (adjective) (not comparable)
Referring to grave disorder that causes albuminuria: Dr. Cartwright told his students that a damage to the kidney or a disease of the kidney could result in a series albuminuretic situation for the patient.
albuminuria (s) (noun), albuminurias (pl)
Presence of protein in urine, chiefly albumin, but also globulin: Albuminuria is usually indicative of a disease, but sometimes it results from a temporary or transient dysfunction
albuminuric (adjective), more albuminuric, most albuminuric
Relating to or characterized by albuminuria: Nancy went to see Dr. Big because of a urine difficulty, and after being examined, he explained to her that she had an albuminuric condition that could be treated.
albumoid (adjective) (not comparable)
Referring to something resembling an albumin; alalbuminoid: Susan examined the albumoid matter to make sure that it was not the actual simple protein derived from the animal connective tissue.
albumoscope (s) (noun), albumoscopes (pl)
An device used for detecting and estimating the amount of albumin (main protein in human blood) in the urine: In her medical class, Grace used a glass albumoscope to assess the quantity of the water-soluble proteins in the patients urine.
albumosuria (s) (noun) (no pl)
In pathology, the existence of porteoses in the urine: In her medical book, Lynn read about albumosuria as referring to the presence of a peptide mixture, created by hydrolysis of proteins, in urine.
myoalbumin (s) (noun), myoalbumins (pl)
An albumin that is similar to serum-album and inside muscle tissue: Myoalbumin is said to be a natural protein that forms connective tissue to the muscles and supplies them with strength and flexibility.
noctalbuminuria (s) (noun) (no pl)
Existence of protein only in night urine: Noctalbuminuria describes the presence of excessive amounts of albumin in the urine secreted during the hours of darkness.
ovalbumin (s) (noun), ovalbumin (pl)
The chief protein occurring in the white of egg: Judy learned that ovalbumin was the pale part of the egg which she liked to eat for breakfast.

Ovalbumin resembles the serum albumin and is also found in phosphorylated form.

toxalbumin (s) (noun), toxalbumins (pl)
Poisonous or toxic albumin: Toxalbumins are present in various organisms, like certain plants, the venom of viperine snakes, and different kinds of bacteria.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning "white": albo-; leuco-.