cryoprotein

cryoprotein

 [kri″o-pro´tēn]
a blood protein that precipitates on cooling.

cry·o·pro·tein

(krī'ō-prō'tēn),
A protein that precipitates from solution when cooled and redissolves upon warming.

cryoprotein

/cryo·pro·tein/ (-pro´tēn) a blood protein that precipitates on cooling.

cry·o·pro·tein

(krī'ō-prō'tēn)
A protein that precipitates from solution when cooled and redissolves on warming.

cryoprotein

a blood protein that precipitates on cooling.
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Cryocrit is at best a crude semiquantitative method to estimate the amount of cryoprotein present.
These may be seen in patients with cryoproteins, lipemia, high white-blood-cell counts, and giant platelets; and
Cryoproteins are serum proteins that reversibly precipitate at temperatures below 37 [degrees]C.
Q Our reference laboratory recommends that whole-blood specimens for automated blood counts collected in EDTA be maintained at room temperature during transit because refrigeration may precipitate cryoproteins, which trap leukocytes and platelets, resulting in spurious lowered counts.