haptoglobin

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haptoglobin

[′hap·tə‚glō·bən]
(biochemistry)
An alpha globulin that constitutes 1-2% of normal blood serum; contains about 5% carbohydrate.
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Serum vitamin C concentration is influenced by haptoglobin polymorphism and iron status in Chinese.
Oxidized low-density lipoprotein, iron stores, and haptoglobin polymorphism.
The effect of supplementation with an antioxidant preparation on LDL-oxidation is determined by haptoglobin polymorphism.
Phenotyping of haptoglobin was performed by gel electrophoresis followed by peroxidase staining (16).
Analysis of differences in haptoglobin phenotype distributions in patients and controls was done by [chi square] test.
Haptoglobin phenotype 2-2 was significantly associated with recurrent seizures (P <0.
NCBI_ID Name of proteins 1 1062 gi|296486435 TPA: vitamin D-binding protein precursor (Bos taurus) 2 630 gi|262050656 complement C4 precursor (Bos taurus) 3 1082 gi|86826758 Paraoxonase 1 (Bos taurus) 4 483 gi|157743038 A2M protein (Bos taurus) 5 616 gi|157743038 A2M protein (Bos taurus) 6 181 gi|28077107 endopin 1 (Bos taurus) 7 805 gi|28077107 endopin 1 (Bos taurus) 8 1083 gi|296480272 TPA: apolipoprotein A-IV precursor (Bos Taurus) 9 1131 gi|296480272 TPA: apolipoprotein A-IV precursor (Bos taurus) 10 1081 gi|42 alpha-1-antitrypsin (Bos taurus) 11 1087 gi|42 alpha-1-antitrypsin (Bos taurus) 12 1318 gi|83638561 Haptoglobin (Bos taurus) 13 1357 gi|83638561 Haptoglobin (Bos taurus) No.