caeruloplasmin

caeruloplasmin

A copper-containing globulin formed in the liver. Deficiency causes WILSON'S DISEASE, and blood levels are very low in acute liver failure.

caeruloplasmin

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Monoclonal antibody against the active site of caeruloplasmin and the ELISA system detecting active caeruloplasmin.
A method for obtaining linear reciprocal plots with caeruloplasmin and its application in a study of the kinetic parameters of caeruloplasmin substrates.
The inhibition of lipid autoxidation by human caeruloplasmin.
Caeruloplasmin and green plasma in women taking oral contraceptives, in pregnant women, and in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
ANA, HIV, VDRL, serum caeruloplasmin levels, serum [B.
Failure to confirm ferritin and caeruloplasmin as risk factors for the extent of coronary arteriosclerosis.
Mechanisms of caeruloplasmin biosynthesis in normal and copper-deficient rats.
A repeat full blood count (FBC), HIV screen, thyroid screen, RPR, caeruloplasmin and antistreptolysin O titre (ASOT) were done.
Serum Caeruloplasmin as a Coronary Risk Factor in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction with Normal Lipid Profile
The samples were analysed for copper status (serum caeruloplasmin activity and copper concentration), cobalt status (serum vitamin [B.
A study of caeruloplasmin concentrations found in 75 patients with Wilson's disease, their kinships and various control groups.