serum globulin


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serum globulin

[′sir·əm ′glä·byə·lən]
(biochemistry)
The globulin fraction of blood serum.
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Serum Alkaline phosphatase levels, Serum Total proteins, Serum globulin showed no statistical significance.
This study was planned to determine the changes in blood pressure, serum alkaline phosphatase, serum globulin, and A:G ratio in pregnant women and matched controls in the tertiary care teaching hospital of central Kerala, where tapioca is a staple food, since recent studies have reported more toxic and smaller yields of tapioca due to changes in environment.
Therefore, it is apparent that decrease in serum globulin was due to reduction in its synthesis by the plasma cells.
Overall, the variation in the serum globulin observed in Nguni and crossbred calves throughout the trial period could be due to genetic and physiological factors.
Predictive value of serum globulin levels for the extent of hepatic fibrosis in patients with chronic hepatitis B infection.
30) have found that monomeric PRL is co-precipitated with serum globulins by PEG and the increased serum globulin concentrations can increase the amount of monomeric PRL precipitated by PEG giving a false estimate of the monomeric PRL and a false impression of macroprolactin presence.
Low serum zinc and high serum globulin levels are reported to be associated with decreased Th1 and increased Th2 response.
Leukogram and serum globulin values in two dogs with systemic Xylohypha bantiana infection.
The major biochemical findings are compensatory increases in serum globulin concentrations and hypercholesterolemia (2).
In this patient the total protein was 93 g/L and serum globulin was 56 g/L.
Human immune serum globulin is given to prevent the formation of new toxin.
No statistically significant difference was found in ascitic fluid globulin, serum albumin, or serum globulin levels between the three groups.

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