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Albumen is the white of an egg. It contains albumin proteins.
Albumin is a class of several hundred proteins.
Albumen or Albumin may also refer to:
- Serum albumin, a protein, encoded by the ALB gene in humans
- Operation Albumen, a series of sabotages against airfields on occupied Crete in 1942
- Albumen (album), by The Egg
- Human serum albumin – the human variant
- Bovine serum albumin – the cow variant
- Endosperm, tissue produced in the seeds of most flowering plants
- Albumen print, method of producing a print on a paper base from a negative using egg white
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