alloalbuminemia

al·lo·al·bu·mi·ne·mi·a

(al'ō-al-bū'mi-nē'mē-ă), [MIM*103600]
The autosomal dominant condition of having serum albumin of a variant type that differs in mobility on electrophoresis from the usual type A; affects people who are heterozygous or homozygous for one of the alleles for variant albumin types, a genetic polymorphism without known clinical significance.
See also: inherited albumin variants.
[allo- + albumin + G. haima, blood, + -ia]
References in periodicals archive ?
The albumin peak is split; this phenomenon is known as bisalbuminemia or alloalbuminemia.
Alloalbuminemia in Sweden: structural study and phenotypic distribution of nine albumin variants.
Structural characterisation of four genetic variants of human serum albumin associated with alloalbuminemia in Italy.