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Answer / reddy labs
it is also called as transferrin,is an important
metalloporotein and constitutes about 30% of the total
plasma protein.it has a molecular weight of about 90,000
and is capable of binding 2 atoms of iron peer molecule.it
facilitates iron transport.
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Answer / madhavi
it is iron transferring compound
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