Normally the blood proteins
are 7.5 g/dl with an optimal range of 7.2-8.0 g/dl.
In vitro blood protein
binding of 99mTc(CO)3 labeled dextran cysteamine mannose in human blood was 78.2 +- 3 %.
Lab tests showed it binds especially easily to the human version of the blood protein
Researchers have discovered a blood protein
that reliably indicates early-stage pancreatic cancer, according to an article published in the Public Library of Science.
Risk for developing asthma is linked to variants in a gene called CHI3L1, which can be measured by checking levels of an inherited blood protein
regulated by that gene, according to new research sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health.
It appears that systems medicine, together with pioneering changes in DNA sequencing and blood protein
measurements (nanotechnology) as well as the development of powerful, new computational and mathematical tools will transform medicine over the next 5 to 20 years from its currently reactive state to a mode that is predictive, personalized, preventive and participatory.
Their study, which was published in the British Journal of Cancer yesterday, revealed how researchers were able to define and detect early signs of liver cancer using sophisticated blood protein
Apparently, there is a change in blood protein
chemistry following a head injury.
In the article entitled, "Identification, Purification and Characterization of a Novel Human Blood Protein
with Binding Affinity for Prostate Secretory Protein of 94 Amino Acids," Procyon scientists show that PSP94 binds to a novel protein, known as PSPBP, in the serum.
Tetrathiomolybdate can be taken with a meal to prevent copper absorption; between meals it enters the bloodstream and causes copper to bind with a blood protein
to form a stable complex.
Blood levels of C-reactive protein (CRP)--a blood protein
released by the body in response to infection and injury--increase in heart disease but not cancer, according to a study of 643 women published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
To achieve this, ARS researchers at the National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research (NCAUR) in Peoria, Illinois, are using soy to replace animal blood protein
in plywood glue formulas.