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unconjugated

not chemically bound in the serum.
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This led to the development of a four-marker biochemical screening system utilizing ultrasound, AFP unconjugated oestriol, phCG and Inhibin A.
In one of our earlier paper we have already concluded that raised serum bilirubin, unconjugated bilirubin, aspartate aminotransferase (AST), alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and prothrombin time were predictors of mortality in patients with mushroom poisoning.
It acts by converting unconjugated bilirubin to more polar stereoisomer, which are less neurotoxic (cannot cross blood brain barrier) and can easily be excreted in bile and urine6.
It can lead to severe disability and death from kernicterus due to unconjugated hyperbilirubinaemia.
For cashier serum samples found to contain total BPA, BPS, or BPSIP, the unconjugated form was also analyzed to evaluate possible post-sampling contamination.
Kernicterus is a preventable condition; the unconjugated bilirubin levels can be decreased to safe levels by the use of phototherapy or exchange transfusion.
There was no red signal observed in the negative controls incubated with unconjugated Alexa546 dye (Figure 1(a)(2)), confirming that Alexa-546 SHBG and not the Alexa dye itself was internalised by the cells.
Homozygous Gunn rats develop unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia shortly after delivery and maintain serum bilirubin levels close to the upper limit of Gilbert subjects (Table 1) and significantly increased tissue bilirubin levels for their entire lives [37, 38].
The ADC analytes that are frequently considered for analysis are: total antibody, unconjugated antibody, antibody with cleaved payload, free cytotoxic drug, and drug bound to linker.
The absorbance of unconjugated C=O stretch peak increased because C-OH, C-C and C=C were oxidized and produced C=O.
Bilirubin is produced as an unconjugated form by hemoglobin after the end of life of red blood cells from the reticuloendothelial system such as in the spleen.
Most have increased unconjugated bilirubin concentrations, which can usually be treated supportively with increasing sunlight exposure or switching from breast milk to formula.