ALB

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Related to serum albumin: serum globulin, Bovine serum albumin

ALB

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Albania. The code is used for transactions to and from Albanian bank accounts and for international shipping to Albania. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The forth chapter deals with bovine serum albumin market trends review, distinguish bovine serum albumin manufacturers and suppliers.
Separate and simultaneous binding effects of aspirin and amlodipine to human serum albumin based on fluorescence spectroscopic and molecular modeling characterizations: a mechanistic insight for determining usage drugs doses.
Because many reference intervals for serum albumin provided by instrument manufacturers are almost the same for both BCG and BCP methods, the generally larger positive biases for BCP methods may lead to errors in diagnosis and treatment.
Serum albumin duzeyleri Trakya Universitesi Tip Fakultesi Hastanesi Merkez Laboratuari otoanalizorunde caliildi (Konelab Prime, sen no: N4421305, Lot id: D296).
Patients with renal impairment and proteinuria (=1 g/l) generally had less severe hypoalbuminaemia, with an average serum albumin level of 27 g/l.
The foaming capacity of the hydrolysates was equal to or even better than bovine serum albumin, except at pH 4.
Protein-losing enteropathy: diagnosis with Tc-99m labelled human serum albumin scintigraphy.
Similarly, the mean serum albumin concentration in participants with malaria and asymptomatic HIV co-infection was significantly higher than that of participants with asymptomatic HIV infection without concurrent malaria infection (p <0.
The patient's serum albumin level in April 2001 was 3.
Only PEL and BCG measurements of serum albumin are routinely used in clinical practice.
The serum albumin levels were lower in the edematous group than in the nonedematous group (mean serum albumin = 4.