AMBP

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AMBP

A gene on chromosome 9q32-q33 that encodes alpha-1-microglobulin/bikunin precursor protein, which is expressed in liver and secreted in plasma. Alpha-1-microglobulin belongs to the superfamily of lipocalin transport proteins and plays a role in regulating inflammation; bikunin belongs to the superfamily of Kunitz-type protease inhibitors and plays a key role in many physiological and pathological processes, by inhibiting trypsin, plasmin and lysosomal granulocytic elastase, as well as calcium oxalate crystallisation.
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RESULTS: For both NAG and protein HC, the BMDs (BMDLs) of U-Cd were 0.
To obtain a symmetrical distribution, data on NAG and protein HC were log-transformed.
We determined urinary protein HC by Mancini technique and polyclonal antibodies (DAKO A/S, Glostrup, Denmark) (Jarup et al.
7% for cystatin C (n = 6), 16% for protein HC (n = 10; limit of detection = 0.
Stability of albumin, protein HC, immunoglobulin G, ic- and A-chain immunoreactivity, orosomucoid and a 1-antitrypsin in urine stored at various conditions.
Long-term stability of albumin, protein HC, immunoglobulin G, ic- and A-chain-immunoreactivity, orosomucoid and a1-antitrypsin in urine stored at -20 degrees C.
Diagnostic value of analysis of cystatin C and protein HC in biological fluids.
Multiple linear regression analysis for log transformed protein HC (mg/mmol creatinine) as a function of age, blood-cadmium, blood-lead, and smoking.
Stability of albumin, protein HC, immunoglobulin G, K-and A-chain immunoreactivity, orosomucoid and al antitrypsin in urine stored at various conditions.
We used urinary protein HC (human complex-forming glycoprotein, formerly called [[alpha].
Long-term stability of albumin, protein HC, immunoglobulin G, ic- and A-chain immunoreactivity, orosomucoid and a1-antitrypsin in urine stored at -20 degrees C.