angiogenin

angiogenin

[an-jee-oh-jen-in, -oj-uh-nin]
noun
a small, single-chain protein, resembling ribonuclease in structure, that stimulates the formation of new blood vessels.

Origin:
presumably angiogen(ic) + -in2

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