bromcresol green


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bromcresol green

[brōm′krē‚sȯl ′grēn]
(organic chemistry)
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(14) For albumin, the bromcresol green binding method used by the VetScan gives values that are too high, and this method is no longer recommended for use with avian blood.
An evaluation of the overestimation of "acute phase reactants" by use of the bromcresol green reaction.
[3] Nonstandard abbreviations: BCG, bromcresol green; BCP, bromcresol purple; RM, reference material; RMP, reference measurement procedure.
Key words: albumin, bromcresol green, protein electrophoresis, avian, penguin, Spheniscus species
(3) BCG = bromcresol green, BCP = bromcresol purple; these are two different laboratory methods for assaying serum albumin.
The two commonly used laboratory methods for determining serum albumin values, bromcresol green (BCG) and bromcresol purple (BCP), have been reported to yield systematically different results (20).
For albumin, the data presented show large differences between RIs obtained via the 2 method principles (bromcresol green and bromcresol purple).
Albumin (bromcresol green and bromcresol purple methods), ALP, apolipoprotein AI, AST, AST (activated, with pyridoxal phosphate), total bilirubin, total C[O.sub.2], creatinine (enzymatic and Jaffe methods), IgM, iron, lipase, transferrin, HDL cholesterol, and uric acid all required additional sex-stratified reference intervals.
Discordant results in the measurement of serum albumin concentrations have long been recognized with various assays, including agarose gel protein electrophoresis (PEL), [4] bromcresol green (BCG), and bromcresol purple (BCP) (1,2).
Serum albumin and urea were measured by bromcresol green and urease methods, respectively (Integra 800 analyzer).
Albumin was measured for 142 specimens using a Hitachi 917 analyzer with bromcresol green reagent from Roche.