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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The chapter 5 summarizes bovine serum albumin prices data.
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The CLIA criteria consider only imprecision and appear to be more reasonable at the present state of the art, which lacks a consensus reference method and a reference material for serum albumin.
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Of the 24 patients with a serum albumin level below 30 g/l, only 6 presented with oedema (Table I).
Tc-99m human serum albumin scans in children with protein losing eneteropathy.
A striking observation is the significant increase in serum albumin in malaria and HIV co-infected group which could be an indication that malaria infection in endemic area may interact to reverse the progressive distortion of synthesis of albumin by the liver during HIV infection.
Dialysis was also considered in patient 2, but the improvements in her proteinuria, serum albumin level, and serum creatinine level made that step unnecessary.
To determine the relationship between PEL and BCG measurements of serum albumin, we retrieved information on all patient samples that had been subjected to both assays within a 1-year interval.
To our knowledge, no previous study has demonstrated that differences in serum albumin levels are associated with different physiologic sequelae, even when serum albumin levels are normal.
RESULTS: Samples of purified human serum albumin that had been incubated with increasing concentrations of SG showed concentration-dependent albumin bands in Western blots developed with anti-SG antibodies.