serum globulin


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serum globulin

[′sir·əm ′glä·byə·lən]
(biochemistry)
The globulin fraction of blood serum.
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At report authorization, additional requests for SPEP were generated when serum globulins were >48 g/L (excluding chronic liver disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and cases in which SPEP had been carried out in the preceding 6 months) or when serum globulins were <27 g/L.
Risk and severity of COPD is associated with the group-specific component of serum globulin 1F allele.
A study of the interaction of bromocresol green with isolated serum globulin fractions.
The serum creatinine was elevated at 168 [micro] mol/L, and serum globulins were increased with low serum albumin (27 g/dL).

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