albumin A

al·bu·min A

the normal or common type of human serum albumin.

albumin A

a blood serum constituent that gathers in cancer cells and is deficient in the circulation of cancer patients.
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1]- 27 000 or Healthy Microglobulin 54 000 (dimer) Healthy Urinary tract infections Acute pyelonephritis Healthy women Healthy men Free immunoglobulin 23 000 or Healthy light chains 46 000 (dimer) Population Concentration relative to albumin A.
Manufacturers plan to implement premium pricing strategies for commercial use of albumin as an excipient, finds Frost & Sullivan
However, for over a decade, the healthcare industry has been exploring the use of human albumin as a non-therapeutic substance/excipient for commercial settings.
Preparation of highly purified monomeric human serum albumin as secondary reference material for standardization of urinary albumin immunoassays.
The use of albumin as a carrier of bioactive small molecules, or co-factors, including metal ions in improving cell growth and performance has shown that albumin contributes to the efficacy of many of these molecules in improving cell performance.
The demand for blood albumin has increased over the years due to growing usage of albumin as a cell culture medium ingredient, antioxidant and also as the most effective volume expander in critical care conditions such as liver disease and hemorrhagic stroke.
As such, our results suggested that it might be prudent to avoid using intravenous albumin as a standard resuscitation fluid immediately after severe neurotrauma until its safety and cost-effectiveness can be established by an adequately powered randomised controlled trial (16,22,23).
15]N-labeled recombinant human serum albumin as an internal standard and trypsin digestion before LC-MS/MS.
Applying albumin antibodies (Dakocytomation Norden AB, Alvsjo, Sweden) reveals albumin as brownish spotty or more diffuse discolorations (Salford et al.
People have thought of serum albumin as being a sticky molecule," says crystallographer Daniel C.
Major applications for albumin as an excipient comprise drug formulation and drug delivery, vaccines and component of medium.