from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That part of connective tissue which on boiling with water yields gelatin. It appears to constitute the greater part of the white fibrous substance. Also spelled collagen.
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Second, the gelatinoids, which are represented by the ossein of bones, which can be made into glue, and the collogen of tendons.
These acid implants, unlike collogen, the tendency of having an allergic reaction is smaller.
Looks like she had collogen (or cottage cheese) shots in her thighs .....
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