Bence Jones

Bence Jones

(bents jōnz), Do not hyphenate Bence Jones.
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1 - the supply of reagents, control materials and other accessories to perform electrophoresis of serum proteins using capillary (to Chapter 6 of the main faction), immunofixation method of capillary and identify Bence Jones protein in urine and serum-gel method with the lease of the necessary cameras .
3 g/L), a small Bence Jones [lambda] in serum, and a prominent Bence Jones [lambda] (27.
A Bence Jones protein test and free light chain assay in urine were negative.
Correlation of serum immunoglobulin free light chain quantification with urinary Bence Jones protein in light chain myeloma.
Further investigations revealed that Bence Jones proteins were absent from the urine, and an analysis of serum immunoglobulins found no monoclonal paraproteins.
In some cases myeloma cells secrete immunoglobulins that contain only the light chains, these are secreted in the urine and are known as Bence Jones proteins (2).
Paraprotein is the myeloma protein in serum or Bence Jones protein in urine.
For this reason, one of these methods should be employed even if the screen is negative, if the presence of a globulin, such as Bence Jones protein, is suspected.
In addition, the Bence Jones protein may go undetected in the urine when immunofixation electrophoresis is negative and the patient is not symptomatic.
The proteinuria in cast nephropathy is mostly monoclonal protein or Bence Jones proteinuria.
2) Serum protein electrophoresis, a urinalysis for Bence Jones protein, a skeletal survey, and a bone marrow biopsy should be performed to rule out multiple myeloma.