serum albumin

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serum albumin

[′sir·əm al′byü·mən]
(biochemistry)
The principal protein fraction of blood serum and serous fluids.
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Results indicated that both solutions could adequately replace blood volume, but that blood albumin and total protein levels returned faster in the PentaLyte-hemodiluted animals compared with those whose blood was diluted with Hextend.